Midwest’s #1 Value Added Reseller of SOLIDWORKS expands to Indiana
Indianapolis, IN, October 25, 1999, Computer Aided Technology, Inc. (CATI), the Midwest’s #1 Value Added Reseller (VAR) of leading CAD, CAM, CAE, PDM, and Visualization solutions, has opened a full service facility in Indianapolis, Indiana. This new office, conveniently located in the Precedent Office Park in north Indianapolis, provides sales, technical support and systems integration, as well as engineering services and specialized training to Indiana manufacturers.
The grand opening for the Indiana facility is scheduled for November 19, 1999. This event will include product demonstrations and educational seminars. Representatives from CATI and their partners, including SOLIDWORKS Corporation, developer of SOLIDWORKS mechanical design software, will be present at this event.
Richard Werneth, Vice President of Sales for Northbrook, IL, CATI’s corporate headquarters, has relocated to head up the Indiana office. “World-class organizations design and manufacture products in Indiana, they deserve world-class technology solutions. Our goal is to provide this level of service and offer the experience gained by working with industry-leading companies throughout the Midwest since 1992. We believe in providing a comprehensive suite of best-in-class technologies, such as SOLIDWORKS, and completing the solution with single-source support for enterprise-wide implementations.”
“We are very pleased to see CATI’s success and achievements over the years representing SOLIDWORKS and our partner solutions”, notes John McEleney, Vice President of Americas for SOLIDWORKS. “With its people, resources and continued commitment, CATI delivers world class solutions, training and support to many customers looking to improve their design processes. We expect that CATI will build upon its success in other Midwest locations to bring the power of production solid modeling to many more users in Indiana.”
In keeping with CATI policy to bring customers the best in class engineering software on the market, CATI has achieved Certified Support and Training Center status for all products supported. The Indiana facility regularly hosts free educational and hands-on seminars on computer aided design (CAD), computer aided manufacturing (CAM), and product data management (PDM). Training courses on these and related computer-aided design technologies are available on an on-going basis.
Computer Aided Technology, Inc. is dedicated to providing comprehensive solutions for engineering, manufacturing, and educational sectors throughout the Midwest. In addition to Indiana, Computer Aided Technology, Inc. currently services Illinois, Wisconsin, and Iowa.