AVEVA PDMS selected by Conmore for new projects in Process and Energy industries
|Access to highly skilled, PDMS trained engineers supports expansion plans
Malmö, Sweden - 14 March 2012: AVEVA (LSE:AVV), announced today Conmore Ingenjörsbyrå AB has selected AVEVA PDMS as its primary 3D engineering design application. Having traditionally focused on the automobile industry, Conmore are branching into engineering design for the energy and process industries and it has standardised on PDMS for this strategic business expansion.
"AVEVA PDMS is the most widely used and comprehensive 3D engineering design solution in Sweden," said Anders Svensson, Conmore. "This was very important in our selection, not least because we have immediate access to a highly skilled pool of design engineers with experience in PDMS. This availability to experienced talent will assist our recruitment as we push into more markets. We are developing new projects in the process and energy industries and with AVEVA's technology expertise it is the obvious choice as our software partner".
"Conmore are entering a new industry and we are delighted that they have selected PDMS", commented Helmut Schüller, Senior Vice President- Central and North EMEA, AVEVA. "They will quickly achieve the benefits that PDMS can bring to their business such as high productivity, right first time design and minimum site rework which will lead to reduced schedule times. With this new investment in PDMS, Conmore is now well positioned to take advantage of the entire AVEVA Plant portfolio of Integrated Engineering & Design applications".
AVEVA PDMS 3D design software is part of the AVEVA Plant portfolio, delivering maximum design productivity and capability on all types of plant projects, from small upgrades to major new builds. For further information visit www.aveva.com/plant
Conmore Ingenjörsbyrå AB is an experienced supplier of engineering services and is growing within the automotive, process and energy industries. Conmore has 85 employees and over 20 years' experience in large projects in the automotive industry.