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Aug 25, 2014


Kevin De Smet

They should stop living in the past. They've achieved great things and everyone gets that, but they can't let up. I don't see a very rosey future for Dassault in the face of their primary competitor.

Ralph Grabowski

In the last year or two, Dassault pulled ahead of Autodesk in terms of revenues, and with each quarter widens the lead.

Kevin De Smet

I was referring to Siemens PLM, in the midrange (if you can still call it that) with an ever impressive growing SolidEdge, as well as highend markets with Tc and NX. Not to mention some strong niche markets that acquisitions like Vistagy and LMS got them effectively into.

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