Bentley adds to its digital cities offering with INRO deal

Bentley adds to its digital cities offering with INRO deal

Bentley adds to its digital cities offering with INRO deal Bentley Systems just announced that it has acquired INRO Software, a maker of transportation planning, traffic simulation, and mobility visualization solutions. You may recall that Bentley has already acquired...
Siemens weighs in on 2020 and 2021 — and is optimistic

Siemens weighs in on 2020 and 2021 — and is optimistic

Siemens weighs in on 2020 and 2021 — and is optimistic Last month, I was fortunate enough to speak with Tony Hemmelgarn, CEO Siemens’ Digital Industries Software division. Mr. Hemmelgarn oversees much of what we think of as Siemens’ PLM business,...
Shapr3D: Cool CAD on an iPad (and now, macOS too)

Shapr3D: Cool CAD on an iPad (and now, macOS too)

Shapr3D: Cool CAD on an iPad (and now, macOS too) You probably don’t know this about me, but I used to be really good at CAD. A long time ago, after the advent of the PC but before Bitcoin. I used to demo CAD in some of my product management roles. Still, stone...
Bentley adds to its digital cities offering with INRO deal

Hexagon to acquire CADLM for AI-powered CAE

Hexagon to acquire CADLM for AI-powered CAE Hexagon announced that it will acquire CADLM SAS, a “pioneer in powering computer-aided engineering (CAE) with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to revolutionise the impact of simulation in product...
Bentley adds to its digital cities offering with INRO deal

Super quick: Bentley snaps up another Maximo reseller

Super quick: Bentley snaps up another Maximo reseller You may remember that Bentley acquired The Cohesive Companies IBM Maximo’s largest North American reseller, last summer. Well, Cohesive has just acquired Ontracks Consulting, which Bentley says is “a...
Siemens weighs in on 2020 and 2021 — and is optimistic

Wrapping up 2020 earnings with Ansys, Autodesk, and Bentley

Wrapping up 2020 earnings with Ansys, Autodesk, and Bentley I have been trying to get to writing long-form pieces about how 2020 ended for Ansys, Autodesk, and Bentley ever since the companies reported but it’s been crazybusy. We’re nearing the end of March, which...