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Altair Opens HyperWorks Software Platform to Third-Party Applications
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Altair today announced its industry-leading HyperWorks platform for enterprise analytics has been opened to third-party applications, all of which are available to customers under its revolutionary on-demand software licensing system. Six leading independent software vendors (ISVs) have already joined the HyperWorks Partner Solutions Program, which enables customers to operate 15 new third-party applications for zero incremental cost utilizing their existing HyperWorks licenses.
“The HyperWorks Partner Solutions Program represents a major step towards diversifying Altair’s ecosystem of technology partners,” said Michael Humphrey, Vice President of Partner Programs. “It delivers increased value to our mutual customers and establishes HyperWorks as an innovation platform across multiple vertical markets worldwide.”
“Nissan Motor Company has been a long-time user of Altair products and has been satisfied with their services, which are expanding. I believe we will be able to realize many benefits now that the HyperWorks platform represents one source for many of the enterprise analytic solutions,” said Kazuhiro Iijima, Manager of the Engineering IS Department for Nissan. “By having one licensing system to access multiple applications, we expect to achieve higher software utilization, leading to a higher ROI, which also means we can be more productive while actually saving cost.”
HyperWorks is a suite of enterprise analytic applications that includes statistical, database, visualization and simulation software to help companies make better business decisions. Altair is extending the HyperWorks Platform from 28 internally developed solutions to 43 with the addition of new ISV applications. Customers may utilize their existing HyperWorks software licenses to operate all applications, increasing flexibility and the value of their investment.
“A comprehensive virtual validation of all vehicle functions requires the use of various software tools,” said Dr. Uwe Baake, Director CAE Commercial Vehicles, Daimler AG. “Thus, Altair's partnership with other tool providers and their inclusion in Altair's licensing system meets the future needs of Daimler Commercial Vehicles.”
HyperWorks uses a patented on-demand computing licensing technology allowing users to transparently share software licenses globally across a broad suite of applications.
“EMSS is pleased to be an inaugural partner in the HyperWorks Partner Solutions Program” said Ulrich Jakobus, FEKO Product Manager at EMSS. “Manufacturing companies are including more electrical components into their products increasing the demand for electromagnetic simulations and visualizations with our FEKO software. EMSS plans to leverage the global Altair sales team to expand market share and accelerate recurring revenues through participation in this program.”