EnginSoft USA becomes RecurDyn Master Distributor in North America

 

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McKinney, TX USA, Trento, Italy and Gyeonggi-do, South Korea - FunctionBay, the makers of leading MultiBody Dynamics Software, RecurDyn, and EnginSoft today announce their exciting new Master Distributor partnership for North America.

RecurDyn, provided by FunctionBay, is an interdisciplinary, computer-aided engineering (CAE) software package whose primary function is the simulation of multibody dynamics (MBD). RecurDyn is widely used by more than 480 companies in more than 30 countries around the world in a variety of fields including automotive, general machinery, defense, printer/copiers, construction, and aerospace to predict and analyze the behavior of the moving machines.

Commenting on the agreement, Donghyup Shin - Business Development & Management of Global Partnership, at FunctionBay - "We are delighted to be partnering with EnginSoft for the Master Distribution role in North America. EnginSoft has extensive experience and expertise in Multibody Dynamics in a variety of fields including automotive, general machinery, defense, construction, and aerospace. With EnginSoft's expansion and investment in the North American market, we expect that the customers will be the main beneficiaries of EnginSoft's engineering expertise."

"Our goal is to continuously improve our customers' product quality. Expanding our network of sales and support personnel and being in close proximity to where our customers are is a key initiative towards helping our customers achieve better results through simulation," said Chris Wilkes, President of EnginSoft USA, “Over the last 30 years EnginSoft has become the partner of choice to support companies in design process innovation, thanks to the extensive skills of our highly qualified staff. Becoming the Master Distributor for RecurDyn is the natural extension of our partnership."

"The relationship with FunctionBay allows us to extend our reach by adding RecurDyn to our portfolio in North America" said Stefano Odorizzi, CEO of EnginSoft S.p.A. "By adding Recurdyn to our extensive North American product portfolio and by leveraging our support infrastructure we can provide our customers with the best solutions for each problem in product or process development for companies from a wide range of manufacturing sectors."

About FunctionBay
FunctionBay, Inc. is a professional developer of Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) simulation software for the simulation of both flexible and rigid body dynamics and is a globally competitive company in the dynamic analysis software market with more than 480 customers and 200 academic institutions and universities from over 30 countries around the world are using its product, RecurDyn in a variety of fields.

Homepage: www.functionbay.com

About EnginSoft
EnginSoft is a premier consulting firm in the field of Simulation Based Engineering Science (SBES) with a global presence established in 1984. EnginSoft is comprised of groups of highly qualified engineers, with expertise in a variety of engineering simulation technologies including FEM Analysis and CFD, working in synergic companies in Italy, France, Germany, UK, Sweden, Turkey and the U.S.A. We work across a broad range of industries that include the automotive, aerospace, defense, energy, civil engineering, consumer goods and biomechanics industries to help them get the most out of existing engineering simulation technologies.

In North America at www.enginsoftusa.com
In Europe at www.enginsoft.com
For more information, visit: http://www.enginsoftusa.com/


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