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SolidWorks today acquires GCS Scandinavia of Sweden, makers of Conisio PDM [product data management] software.
Posted at 01:20 PM in Mergers & Acquisitions | Permalink
Wow! Conisio is really a great product IMHO. It has good interface to Autodesk products using the built-in RealDWG® technology licensed by Autodesk so I wonder what it will become now.
It was my first choice for EDM system when the company looked for one, but unfortunately others selected another EDM system.
Jimmy Bergmark |
May 04, 2006 at 02:07 PM
Jimmy -- RealDWG is not a registered trademark. Autodesk can't legally use the circle-R symbol with reference to the name.
In any event, I'm also curious how Autodesk will handle this situation. Of course, if they terminate the contract with Conisio, SolidWorks already has access to DWGdirect, so it won't be a major problem.
Evan Yares |
May 04, 2006 at 05:43 PM
Conisio, SolidWorks already has access to DWGdirect, so it won't be a major problem.
c9 online gold |
Jun 22, 2010 at 02:40 AM
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