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MHP, Invilogic team up to offer design automation solutions

V Rishi Kumar Hyderabad | Updated on January 11, 2018 Published on May 10, 2017

Invilogic Software, ENIT Invilogic GmbH and MHP, a Porsche company in Germany, have announced a global partnership to offer design automation solutions.

Under the partnership, these companies plan to jointly develop and design automation technologies that cut short product development costs and reduce the design time for auto and manufacturing industries worldwide.

Michael Kirchgässner, Head of R&D Transformation of MHP, said, “We believe Invilogic tremendous design automation capabilities both in India and Germany will complement our growth and customer consulting strategy across markets and industries.”

Siddharth Durairajan, CEO, Invilogic Software, said “With so much of complexity, variety, time and cost pressures on design department, knowledge-based engineering combined with artificial intelligence and programming can bring in design automation which can reduce 90 per cent of design efforts and make ‘Engineering’ quite easy and fast.”

The partnership is seen to facilitate Invilogic and MHP customers through the integrated design automation seamlessly integrated into CAD (computer aided design), PLM (product lifecycle management) and Enterprise IT tools.

Interacting with reporters, Invilogic announced plans to expand its operations in India and in Germany and invest about $2 million over next 24 months and increase workforce from 40 to 120 within 12 months.

Invilogic Software had invested $1.5 million for its product development in India over the last 36 months and expects to continue to invest in growing its software services research and development capabilities in Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Pune and in Germany.

Currently, the company has a portfolio of 38 products and aims to add 10 more in the next 2 years.

The German-headquartered MHP, with 13 offices in 6 countries, provides consulting services and support to over 300 companies worldwide from a strategic and operational perspective.

Published on May 10, 2017
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