Processia Solutions expands its business in the US market

    By: Amy Biedenharn on Apr 21, 2012
    Processia Solutions expands its business in the US market
     

    Laval, Canada, April 19th 2012 – Building on its strong European growth over the last two years, the Canadian group Processia Solutions, specializing in the integration and optimization of PLM solutions and a Global service partner of Dassault Systèmes, announces it will accelerate its business activities in the US by starting up a subsidiary dedicated to this market.


    The opening of this subsidiary will strengthen Processia Solutions capability to its existing customers in aerospace, automotive, transportation and the energy industries and increase its presence and responsiveness in this market. The US subsidiary will consist of a commercial force whose mission will be to develop the potential of Processia Solutions with a team of highly experienced consultants in the implementation of CATIA and ENOVIA solutions.


    With offices in USA, Canada, France and England, Processia Solutions offers integration services for Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions and bespoke software development services specialized in engineering in Europe and North America. Processia Solutions industry experience includes motorsport, aerospace, automotive, transportation and the energy sector providing a range of professional services including consulting services, solution design, software development, application integration and comprehensive services to implement CAD/CAM/PLM solutions. Processia Solutions is a Global services partner of Dassault Systèmes and an official partner of the Lotus F1 Team and the Vodafone McLaren Mercedes F1 team.

     

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    Released: April 21, 2012, 6:34 am
    Keywords: Industry Outlook |


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