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SMT Announces Partnership with Enginsoft SpA
March 16, 2021
SMT are pleased to announce a partnership with Enginsoft SpA, securing an important distribution contract for Italy, France and Sweden.
One of the leading consulting firms in the field of Simulation Based Engineering Science (SBES), Enginsoft bring decades of expertise in the full spectrum of disciplines in which simulation technologies are applied.
“We are thrilled to have formed a partnership with such a prestigious company. Enginsoft bring an enormous amount of knowledge and experience in the field of CAE software and we are excited to further expand our customer base across the European continent.” stated Pramod Mooneramsing, sales director of SMT.
Speaking of the new partnership, President of Enginsoft, Stefano Odorizzi stated:
“This agreement allows EnginSoft to notably strengthen our already substantial SBES product and service range, and offer our customers the ability to design and simulate a full driveline, both statically and dynamically, while also being able to integrate the design and verification of lubrication; static, dynamic, fatigue and acoustic structural analysis issues, and more using the most advanced tools on the market.”
“As a leading provider of global engineering solutions, our primary interest is to establish long-term partnerships with top-level technical software developers whose products can be seamlessly integrated with our extensive offerings in order to assure our customers of a stable, reliable partner with deep cross-disciplinary expertise in proven technologies,” commented Odorizzi.
“The alliance with Smart Manufacturing Technology Limited allows us to address markets such as transport (people and goods) and energy production in which electrification and the resulting NVH emissions have become fundamentally important in managing the acoustic comfort resulting from the initial product design choices,” states Daniele Sacchi, MASTA product manager at EnginSoft, “In fact, MASTA allows the complexity of the interactions between the transmission components, the related production anomalies, and the controls of the electric traction motors to already be easily studied at the design phase, to explore their respective effects on the finished product.”