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The ROI of Concurrent Design with CFD

Nazita Saye

Nazita Saye

Posted Sep 16, 2011
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CFD ROI ImageFor the past few months I’ve been working behind the scenes on a very exciting project. I’ve been working with the good folks at the Aberdeen Group, a leading Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) industry consulting and research organization, to better understand the ROI of using simulation — specifically CFD. Of course as a leading developer of CFD software we inherently understand the value of simulation but sometimes it is good to get a sanity check – after all, we wouldn’t want that check to bounce!

Anyway, Michelle Boucher, a senior research analyst in the Product Innovation and Engineering practice at Aberdeen Group, conducted an extensive survey of companies that use CFD early, often and during the design phase. And what she found was eye-opening. We have invited Michelle to present her findings during a live web presentation on September 27 at 2 PM US East Coast time. To learn more about the presentation and or to register for the free event please follow this link.  If you are in a time zone that makes it impossible to watch the event live please register anyway… we will send a link to the recorded version after broadcast to you so you can watch it at your convenience.  I should also point out that Michelle is a fantastic presenter so you’re bound to find the session very engaging. Michelle will be joined by Chris Watson who is one of our resident CFD gurus and they will both be available for Q&A during the session. Last but most certainly not least, all attendees will receive a copy of the report (valued at $399) at the end of the presentation for their reference. I think you’ll find the report very helpful no matter whether you are an engineer or an engineering manager.

Please join me for what will be a most fantastic event.

Until next time,
Nazita

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About Nazita Saye

Nazita SayeI have been involved with the CFD user community in one shape or another since 1999 -- when the NIKA team first introduced FloWorks to the engineering community. Over the years I've seen the market evolve and I still marvel at the wide range of products that are being designed with our tools. As the Manager of External Communications for the Mechanical Analysis Division at Mentor, it is my privilege to bring some of our customer stories to you. Visit CFD doesn’t mean Color For Directors

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