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Looking to Reduce Your Spending?

What if you could upgrade your tools and reduce your annual simulation costs by 20-30 percent without sacrificing productivity? 

As we navigate these uncertain times, many companies are scrambling to complete work on time in the wake of new challenges such as accessing their simulation tools from home, managing their projects with fewer team members, and reduced budgets. Additionally many businesses are seeing a drop in productivity due to lag in tech support response time, especially when working with multiple software vendors.

 Some of the questions we've seen come in from our current customers include: 

  • How can we reduce our software and IT support expenditures?
  • How can we reduce lag time in tech support communication?
  • How can we address skill, knowledge, and manpower gaps in our engineering team?
  • How can we speed up our engineering cycle from concept to product?
  • Can we reduce any of our simulation related redundancies?

We've been working hard with our customers to help better understand their challenges and address difficult decisions about cost reduction and overall process improvements. Often we've found that rather then giving up a function of their software, there's room to reshuffle and consolidate simulation tools in a way which makes sense for their workflow. In addition, working with a single vendor can help reduce delays in tech support and licensing requests, which is especially important while working from home. Utilizing these strategies can result in a cost reduction of up to 20-30%.

If you're looking for ways to reduce overall spending in your simulation tools while increasing productivity, let's brainstorm! Send us an email at to have a free, no commitment discussion about your engineering workflow/tool chain. 


New Webinar: Centrifugal Compressor Optimization for Water-Cooled Chillers

n this webinar, we show both the control optimization of existing compressors to maintain maximum coefficient of performance (COP) at all operating conditions, and a novel method of compressor design that optimizes IPLV across multiple intended operating points.

This webinar session will include:

  • An overview of chiller technology, with a system and cycle-based analysis
  • The importance of considering off-design conditions
  • Performance optimization of existing components at off-design
  • Clean-sheet novel design methods for optimum IPLV