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Romax Technology and EASA® Announce Distribution Agreement

by Mike Nieburg in All Blog Posts, Automotive, CAD/CAE, News

SEPTEMBER 1, 2016; OXFORD, ENGLAND, UK, & NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND, UK

EASA Software Ltd., a leading provider of model deployment technology, today announced a new distribution agreement with Romax Technology, a UK-based global leader in analytical solutions for transmission, axle and driveline systems. This partnership embeds EASA’s “appification” technology in Romax’s product range, enabling Romax to democratize its advanced CAE technology via web deployment.

For over 25 years, RomaxDESIGNER (Romax Technology’s flagship simulation program) has been the world leading software for advanced gear, driveline and bearing system design, analysis and optimization. RomaxDESIGNER enables users to quickly and accurately perform detailed analyses of critical performance attributes for improvements in durability, efficiency and dynamics, including advanced features such as consideration of manufacturing variation and planetary sideband analysis.

EASA develops and markets a codeless rapid application development platform, which enables companies to democratize engineering, scientific, and financial models via “appification”. EASA can be installed on-premises and accessed over your private network, or alternatively can be configured as a Platform-as-a-Service in the cloud.

Sebastian Dewhurst, Director of Business Development at EASA, comments:

“Romax is widely recognized as a leading global provider of integrated software and services for gearbox, bearings and driveline systems. EASA will enable Romax to rapidly deliver customized web based solutions to their end-users, streamlining processes involving RomaxDESIGNER, spreadsheets and other analysis and reporting tools.”

Dan Poon, Romax Head of Partners, comments:

“Romax and EASA have forged a partnership which enables Romax to supply EASA directly to Romax customers. The industry is changing, and advanced analytic models cannot be locked away in the depths of the CAE department anymore; they need to be shared throughout department, the organization and, in the Industry 4.0 paradigm, beyond the organization. This partnership builds strategically on our relationship with Comet Solutions, announced just last month, which provides Romax with access to Comet’s world-class automation technology, and positions Romax at the forefront of the democratization and automation of CAE movement”


About Romax Technology, Ltd
Founded in 1989, Romax Technology is a global provider of software and services for the design, analysis and optimization of transmissions and drivelines.  For cars, off road vehicles, trains, ships, planes, motorcycles, and electric and hybrid vehicles, Romax solutions help our customers to design better gears and optimize transmission with a focus on driveline efficiency and NVH (noise, vibration, harshness) issues.  Over 100 automotive customers use Romax software and services, including 14 of the world’s top 15 auto manufacturers.

Romax is headquartered in Nottingham, UK and operates through 12 offices globally. For more information, visit www.romaxtech.com

About EASA Software, Ltd.
EASA enables companies to democratize modeling and simulation through the process of “appification”. Our customers have demonstrated dramatic increases in return on their investment in all types of modeling and simulation, from Excel spreadsheets, Matlab models, in-house codes and scripts, to 3D CAE tools.

EASA provides software, support, and consulting services from Oxford, UK, and from its wholly owned subsidiary, EASA Inc, in Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

For more information about EASA, please visit www.easasoftware.com.

Contact:

EASA, Inc.

Sebastian Dewhurst

(813)-643-1954

seb.dewhurst@easasoftware.com

 

EASA is a trademark of EASA Software Ltd and EASA, Inc.

RomaxDesigner is a trademark of Romax Technology, LTD

All other brand and product names are trademarks of their respective owners

 

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