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Solution Partners

Solution Partners

Solution Partners

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Does anyone have a feel for what is in the future for solution partners for Alibre?

I like the package deal with Algor, if it wasn't for Algor.  I see that MSC is a solution partner, but I can't find any details about the partnership: what program? how inter-related? how inter-operable?

Is a relationship with ANSYS anywhere in the future?

--Scott

For some pleasure reading, the Round Table recommends FAQ731-376

RE: Solution Partners

The algor partnership is expanding, as MSC not seen that much about it, would suspect that the transfer of data between the package might not be as good as Algor's interface with Alibre (its one of the Add-ons in Alibre to allow transfer between Algor and Alibre). I did hear that the v7 alibre is going to have an expansion of the API programming, so that may lead to some improvements and additional solution partnerships.

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