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Five Ways to Increase the ROI of your Modeling & Simulation Software Assets

by Mike Nieburg in All Blog Posts, Appification, CAD/CAE, Case Studies, Simulation

For the past 15 years we at EASA have worked closely with our customers to help them increase productivity and usage of modeling and simulation software, and we have uncovered five areas that can provide a surprising boost to your ROI and competitiveness in general. These are not in any particular order, and naturally, their […]

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What is “Appification”?

by Mike Nieburg in All Blog Posts, Appification, CAD/CAE, CPQ (Configure, Price, Quote), Democratization, Simulation, Uncategorized

Web deployment and application building has begun to germinate some new definitions for old terms, and in some cases spawned brand new ones. Words like “appification,” “webification,” “democratization” and their related verb forms are becoming increasingly added to the software lexicon. Appification has most often been associated with the rapidly emerging mobile environment (see http://www.igi-global.com/dictionary/appification/50128), […]

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Eight dangers engineers, modelers and analysts need to be aware of when using Excel spreadsheets

by Mike Nieburg in All Blog Posts, Appification, CAD/CAE, Democratization, Simulation, Uncategorized

It’s pretty obvious why we use Excel so much – it’s everywhere, it’s initially easy, and it’s what we know. But when engineers and scientists look to Excel for performing modeling & simulation, data analysis or any complex scientific calculation, it can become quite the liability – for you, your engineering department and even your […]

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EASA identified as 3rd Generation Simulation and Analysis Deployment Platform

by admin in All Blog Posts, CAD/CAE, Simulation, Uncategorized

In a recent article “New Frontiers in Simulation Process Automation” published on 3dCadWorld.com by Bruce Jenkins, President of Ora Research, EASA was identified as a 3rd generation simulation and analysis deployment platform. So what exactly does this mean, and how can it benefit engineering-focused enterprises? As we’ve discussed before, one of the major challenges that […]

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How The Appification of Simulation is Changing SPDM (Simulation Process and Data Management)

by admin in All Blog Posts, CAD/CAE, Excel Spreadsheets

The democratization of simulation and design optimization is proving to be an increasingly important goal as enterprises realize that greater collaboration can lead to significant advancements – and ultimately position an enterprise as the innovative leader in their industry. In a recent article by Kenneth Wong from Desktop Engineering, Simulation Lifecycle Management’s New Mission, Wong […]

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Presentations at NAFEMS World Congress suggest EASA is becoming an industry standard for the “appification of simulation”

by Sebastian Dewhurst in All Blog Posts, CAD/CAE, Conferences and Events

No fewer than four presentations at NAFEMS World Congress 2015 indicate that the “appification of simulation” is poised to revolutionize the way companies use CAE tools. Further, it seems that EASA is becoming an industry standard for this approach. The “appification” of simulation is a term coined by Kenneth Wong of Desktop Engineering; it refers […]

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Desktop Engineering Reviews EASA Applications Built By Front End Analytics

by admin in All Blog Posts, CAD/CAE

In a recent video feature, Kenneth Wong of Desktop Engineering took a look at applications built by Front End Analytics using EASA, and discussed how this approach can increase access to simulation. In this video, Wong cites what he calls the process of “Appification” – namely, delivering simulation not as general purpose software program but […]

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Simulation Deployment Solved: Why The Simulation Solution of the Future is Already Here

by admin in All Blog Posts, CAD/CAE

Recently, Desktop Engineering published an article by Mark Clarkson: The Democratization of Simulation Takes Flight, outlining how the progression of simulation software in the Engineering industry has allowed for greater accessibility to simulations to “non-experts.” By simplifying the software used for simulation, the process and resulting conclusions can be accessed and understood by a broader […]

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