Fisher Unitech and Altium, Inc. Announce Partnership
This entry was posted on April 22, 2013.
Product Lifecycle Design Company Adds Electronic Design Automation Software to Robust Product Suite
Troy, MI (April 22, 2013) – FISHER/UNITECH, a product lifecycle management solutions provider, has partnered with Altium, an electronics design software company, to offer more options for the design and manufacturing industry. Altium is joining FISHER/UNITECH's robust suite of product development solutions, making FISHER/UNITECH the only company in the Midwest with such a variety of solutions.
Altium is a unified system design solution targeting electronics design automation for FPGA, PCB and embedded systems design. It helps customers improve team collaboration, eliminate data movement bottlenecks and shorten time to revenue. Altium's solutions include ECAD/MCAD 3D integration; instant FPGA prototyping, flexible design reuse and robust ECO handling – competitive requirements in today's systems based design for products with integrated electronics.
"We are excited to once again partner with a leading SolidWorks reseller in North America, FISHER/UNITECH, to provide maximum local representation and expertise to our growing customer base," said Chris Donato, Director of Sales for North America, Altium, Inc. "Altium has now partnered with three major SolidWorks Resellers to also represent Altium products. We feel significant synergy between these companies and their ability to provide local expertise and knowledge. Moreover, FISHER/UNITECH's PLM expertise allows us to significantly accelerate adoption of our Altium Vault Server Technology.""Altium Designer extends our solutions into the electronic design automation area and provides a great compliment to our other product development tools. We are looking forward to working with many of our customers to help them improve their electronics design process. We believe Altium offers a fantastic solution that will be very compatible with the other software they have invested in with us," said Charles Hess, President, FISHER/UNITECH.