ANSYS Q2 beats expectations, raises annual guidance

ANSYS Q2 beats expectations, raises annual guidance

ANSYS Q2 beats expectations, raises annual guidance Ansys last night reported Q2 GAAP revenue of $474 million, up 6% as reported and up 12% in constant currencies (cc) — and handily ahead of expectations. The details: Within total revenue, Subscription and lease...
Deals, Deals, Deals: Hexagon & Ansys acquire tuck-ins, even as VCs slow their roll

Quickie: Ansys acquires MDL & its Motor-CAD

Quickie: Ansys acquires MDL & its Motor-CAD Ansys just announced that it has acquired Motor Design Limited (MDL) Motor-CAD to “strengthen Ansys’ Electronics portfolio, enabling customers to design more efficient electric machines and apply them to...
Deals, Deals, Deals: Hexagon & Ansys acquire tuck-ins, even as VCs slow their roll

Ansys to acquire OnScale

Ansys to acquire OnScale Do you do your simulation in the cloud? Do you want to? Ansys is betting you do … Ansys just announced that it is acquiring OnScale, providers of a cloud-first simulation platform that, according to OnScale CEO Ian Campbell,...
ANSYS Q2 beats expectations, raises annual guidance

Ansys has a great Q2 and expects the momentum to continue

Ansys reported pretty awesome Q2 results last night, and this morning on its earnings call, said that growth was due to three things: increased optimism among its customers that end-market demand will come back post-pandemic, its own efforts to stay close to those...
Deals, Deals, Deals: Hexagon & Ansys acquire tuck-ins, even as VCs slow their roll

Ansys acquires Phoenix Integration & its ModelCenter

Ansys acquires Phoenix Integration & its ModelCenter Ansys just announced that it has acquired Phoenix Integration, maker of ModelCenter, a tool used by many who apply the principles of model-based engineering (MBE) and model-based systems engineering (MBSE). The...
ANSYS Q2 beats expectations, raises annual guidance

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...