Nihon MEDSYSTEM to Sell CAD Schroer Products in Japan
Germany, Aug 20, 2008 - CAD Schroer Group (CSG), the global engineering
solutions provider, today welcomed a new reseller, Nihon MEDSYSTEM
Corporation, in Japan, focusing on its MEDUSA4 Design Automation Suite and
STHENO/PRO, the drafting solution fully integrated with Pro/ENGINEER,
Pro/INTRALINK and Windchill PDMLink.
CSG has a strong international presence with offices in Germany,
Switzerland, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, and the United States.
"Offering local, friendly, and technically competent advice to our customers
has always been our fundamental strength," says Michael Schroer, founding
Director of the company that has grown from strength to strength since its
beginnings as a CAD-based engineering services provider in 1986.
New Partners in Key Locations
Its extensive reseller network, which subscribes to the same ethos,
already covers much of the globe, but there is plenty of room for growth in
specific countries and market niches. "With the launch of many new and
exciting modules in the Fourth Generation of the MEDUSA product suite,
especially in the area of plant and installation design, and the success of
STHENO/PRO as a valuable tool for non-associative drafting among
Pro/ENGINEER users, Value Added Resellers all over the world are jumping
aboard", says Joep Brouwers, CSG’s International Channel Manager. "This
month we are pleased to welcome Nihon MEDSYSTEM Corporation, which provides
best in class solutions to engineers throughout Japan."
About Nihon MEDSYSTEM Corporation
Nihon MEDSYSTEM Corporation is located in Minato, Tokyo, and offers high
quality solutions for the Architectural/Engineering/Construction industry,
including software, implementation, training, consultancy and systems
customization services, in which the company has extensive experience.
“I have worked with the MEDUSA product suite for over 15 years now,” says
Company Director Daisuke Kadowaki, “and look forward to working closely with
CAD Schroer and its products through the new business. We are especially
looking forward to exploring new opportunities for the MEDUSA4 PLANT DESIGN
SYSTEM, MPDS4, and the innovative FACTORY LAYOUT module for 2D to 3D
installation design, along with MPDS4 MECHANICAL HANDLING, which allows
customers to add intelligence to interconnected components in large process
plants. And of course we will continue to focus on the MEDUSA4 and
STHENO/PRO drafting solutions, unrivalled in their class.”
Michael Schroer concludes, "No matter which corner of the globe you
visit, design engineers have much in common: they need competent advice,
backed by reliable, efficient, integrated tools that work the way engineers
do – freeing, rather than restricting, creativity. Our solutions have
managed to capture the imagination of customers throughout the world,
precipitating our move for further expansion. We are always pleased to find
partners who, as leaders in their field, share our passion for friendly and
competent customer support, providing real added value to any systems
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About CAD Schroer
CAD Schroer Group (CSG) is a global software development company and
engineering solutions provider, headquartered in Moers, near Duesseldorf,
Germany. The company has offices throughout Germany, Belgium and the
Netherlands, and independent subsidiaries in France, Italy, Switzerland, the
United Kingdom and the United States. Its products are sold direct and
through an extensive, customer-focused partner network in countries
throughout the globe.
CSG’s product suites include the 2D/3D design automation solution MEDUSA4
as well as STHENO/PRO, a professional drafting plug-in for Pro/ENGINEER
users. Both systems come with a number of user-specific add-on modules
offering efficiency gains for the most diverse areas of product and plant
design and development. CAD Schroer also offers extensive consultancy,
training and software development services.
CAD Schroer’s aim is to provide customers with the best possible
solutions for design engineers and the engineering process, as well as to
support its clients’ strategic goals. The company’s own technical and
engineering background, and its emphasis on close working relationships with
customers worldwide, have fostered a “by engineers for engineers” approach
to software development - always keeping abreast of the latest demands
placed on engineers by modern product development processes in a highly
competitive market space.
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