EnginSoft USA and MotionPort, both leading providers of Computer Aided Engineering solutions, have announced the merger of the two companies, creating a nationwide CAE services and software provider.
"We celebrate a new milestone today as we join the EnginSoft family and merge with our highly-regarded peer, EnginSoft USA," said Brant Ross, owner of MotionPort. "Combined under the EnginSoft umbrella, we will draw on our decades of experience to push the boundaries of Multibody Dynamics and CFD technology innovation and remain focused on delivering outstanding technology, capabilities and service."
"We are thrilled to join forces with MotionPort," said Chris Wilkes, CEO of EnginSoft USA. "MotionPort has been on the leading edge of Multibody Dynamics and CFD research and application as seen by an extensive list of customers, commercial consulting engagements, and multiple government-funded research projects with NASA and the US Army. As a combined company, we expect to increase both the commercial and research parts of the business."
“I have worked with Dr. Ross and his colleagues at MotionPort and the team at EnginSoft for many years” says Michael Jang, President of FunctionBay. “It is a great pleasure to see this combination of talent and resources that will add capacity and focus to the market. This merger has our full support.”
“The Prometech team is excited about this merger,” states Tsuyoshi Sumiya, COO of Prometech Software, Inc. “We have been working closely with EnginSoft for several years and are confident that the addition of MotionPort will provide greater resources for our Particleworks and Granuleworks customers.”
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