MSC.Software is the e-Revolution, the simulation e-Revolution, the services e-Revolution, and now the iASP e-Revolution. With delivery of MSC.visualNastran via the Internet and on-Demand Licensing, on-Demand Data and Computing simulation is available to virtually every engineer, anywhere at any time. By delivering critical simulation technology and services via the Internet, MSC.Software is working to expand the number of daily simulation users by a factor of 10 to over two million daily users within the next five years. With this unlimited access and accessibility, MSC.Software enables more companies to develop better products with a shorter time-to-market, and much lower costs.
The MSC.visualNastran product line enables virtually any engineer with any level of proficiency, from high-end expert to novice, to validate designs well before they are built, saving design and manufacturing costs, reducing time-to-market and increasing customer satisfaction.
Through the Engineering-e.com environment, the MSC.Software revolution brings merchants and customers together with essential engineering product and service offerings. The newly launched Engineering Exchange is making the connection between the speed and ease of the Internet and outsourcing engineering services. So customers get a quick, easy and secure process to retain qualified engineering consultants.
Customers will also be able to take advantage of the stability, speed, flexibility, and quality of the Linux operating system while running MSC.visualNastran and other MSC.Software simulation applications.
With consulting services, software and support, as well as developmental training, expertise, infrastructure and technology, MSC.Software provides state-of-the-art product development techniques, coupled with automation and information technology, resulting in a customized software system that automates specific design tasks and integrates all processes—engineering, test, manufacturing, sales, and support into a seamless, robust product development environment.
The e-revolution in simulation provides tools for high-end analysts to desktop engineers—and this is just the beginning. Today, production foremen apply simulation to validate manufacturing processes. Customer marketing departments utilize simulation to communicate concepts for work in process and RFQs to their customers. Managers utilize simulation to communicate with the organization, as well as to the investment community, demonstrating how their products function instead of giving static presentations. And within two years, simulation will be in use by purchasing agents.
Concurrently, the MSC.Software revolution is expanding by moving the future of simulation into new applications. For instance, influence of simulation on entertainment and games is already increasing. More importantly, simulation is having a growing impact on new areas like biomedical processes. And simulation of micro-machines is another growth area just beginning to take off.
With increased ease of use, customer applications are expanding. Customers are getting access and accessibility that they've never had before in addition to the power to develop better products at a lower cost with shorter time-to-market.