Q1 recap/Q2 preview: What we’ll be looking for

Q1 recap/Q2 preview: What we’ll be looking for

As we prepare ourselves for the onslaught of Q2 earnings reports, it’s helpful to look back at Q1 to see patterns that (perhaps) foreshadow future results and identify areas that were causes for concern last quarter. To help with this analysis, we’ve...

More on Cimatron’s Q1

Cimatron announced results last week while I was at the Altair user conference. I’ve had a chance to listen to the earnings call replay, and have a bit more to add to last week’s quick post: CEO Danny Haran said on the call that “Q1 of 2012...

Cimatron reports strong Q1

Another quick update, since I’m now at the Altair HyperWorks Technology Conference — it’s user event in Detroit. Cimatron reported good results for Q1, with revenue up 11% to just under $10 million. Better, depending on perspective, was that operating profit...

Quickies: AspenTech, Cimatron, Comet & MuM

Trying to keep up with the news flow isn’t easy this week! Here are a few tidbits that might have escaped your notice: Aspen Tech has acquired SolidSim Engineering GmbH, a provider of solids process modeling software. It’s a natural combination, since a lot of...

Cimatron: new license revenue up 18% in Q3

Last week, I briefly noted that Cimatron had reported Q3 revenue of $9.6 million, up 10% from the $8.7 million reported last year. Here are a few more details about what actually was a really good quarter for Cimatron: License revenue was 42% of total, or $4.0 million...

Quick update: Siemens/Vistagy, CENIT, Cimatron

I was away from the office all of last week, attending Bentley’s Be Inspired event in Amsterdam (more on that soon) and sitting in on meetings in London, but the world of engineering software kept going. Here’s news you might have missed: Siemens PLM to...

New licenses lift Cimatron’s Q2

Cimatron, the Israeli and American CAD/CAM supplier, reported today that total revenue in Q2 was up 19% to $10 million on strong sales of new licenses in all territories and product lines. The company reports that new license sales were up 41% in constant currency....

Cimatron profitable in Q1

Cimatron last week announced that it, too, was seeing the benefits of an economic rebound, reporting that fist quarter revenue was up 12% on new license revenue growth of 24% in constant currency. Maintenance, which represents 50% of total revenue, was up 5% in...

Cimatron: 2010 was a very good year

Cimatron, provider of the CimatronE and GibbsCAM solutions for mold and die design, milling and other machining solutions, today announced its highest-ever quarterly and annual revenue. Revenue for the fourth quarter of 2010 was up 13% from Q4 2009 to $11 million,...

Cimatron optimistic about recovery

Cimatron, the Israeli-American CAD/CAM supplier of solutions for mold design, die design, milling and tombstone machining, reported results for the September quarter that show that it, too, is seeing an uptick in demand: •Total revenue for the third quarter of 2010...