Dassault Systemes Reports on Spin-Off of Inceptra [Manufacturing Close - Up]
(Manufacturing Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dassault Systemes, a provider of 3D design software, 3D Digital Mock Up and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions, announced the spin-off of Inceptra, its sales and services subsidiary in North America, via a management buyout.
According to a release, after having successfully spun-off its business partners Keonys in 2008 and Transcat PLM in 2012, Dassault Systemes is continuing its strategy of strengthening its partners' business success.
The company reported that as a provider of 3dexperience applications and services to engineering and manufacturing businesses across a variety of industries, including aerospace, automotive, industrial equipment, and others, Inceptra will remain dedicated exclusively to the Dassault Systemes 3dexperience platform and complementary industry solution experiences.
"Today's announcement is another demonstration of how much we value our ecosystem of partners and trust in their ongoing success. Inceptra's role in providing consulting and support services has been invaluable to our customers," said Bernard Charles, President & CEO, Dassault Systemes. "Inceptra and Dassault Systemes have a long history together. This closeness, this working together for the success of our customers, has bred a strong loyalty and a deep commitment to our joint vision. Together, we will continue to help our joint customers capitalize on their investments in innovation, collaboration and productivity."
"The long time partnership between Dassault Systemes and Inceptra has been an example of how a sales partner ecosystem creates growth for both parties," said Jim Ryan, CEO, Inceptra. "Our close relationship with Dassault Systemes has helped us nurture the value our customers get from 3dexperience and from our joint commitment to success."
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