INNEO announced as Altair SimSolid preferred reseller

We are pleased to announce INNEO as a Altair SimSolid preferred reseller for Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. INNEO will provide complete services including promotion, sales, training and support.

“We are excited to welcome INNEO into the Altair SimSolid family” said Ken Welch, co-founder and CEO. “Their outstanding corporate culture and reputation makes them an ideal partner for us in Europe”

“Customers are demanding more efficiency and productivity from their product design and analysis tools,” said Ralf Prinz, CTO, INNEO. “Altair SimSolid is an ideal fit to fill this demand. We are very enthusiastic about representing them in our local markets.”

About INNEO

INNEO is your innovative power for success. With our expertise in the areas of product development & manufacturing, visualization, information technology and process optimization we are your trusted partner for digitalization. More than 270 staff members in 12 locations (Germany, Switzerland, United Kingdom) attend to more than 4,000 customers from various industries. INNEO is PTC Platinum Partner, HP Preferred Gold Partner, NetApp Platinum Partner and Microsoft Gold Partner as well as KeyShot Platinum Reseller.

You can find out more about INNEO here: www.inneo.com

 

Ken Welch

Ken Welch

Senior Vice President Business Development – SimSolid at Altair
Ken was the cofounder and CEO at SIMSOLID corporation. He has over 30 years experience in the CAE industry in a variety of technical, sales and executive roles at companies including PDA Engineering, Rasna, Moldflow and MSC Software. Ken holds a B.S. and M.S. in civil engineering from the University of California, Davis.
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Ken was the cofounder and CEO at SIMSOLID corporation. He has over 30 years experience in the CAE industry in a variety of technical, sales and executive roles at companies including PDA Engineering, Rasna, Moldflow and MSC Software. Ken holds a B.S. and M.S. in civil engineering from the University of California, Davis.