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02/27/2002 - Translation Technologies Inc. Goes Global

Translation Technologies, Inc. (TTI) recently formed a partnership with INCAT, Inc., which allows TTI access to INCAT’S global market. In return, INCAT gets to provide its customers with TTI’s Acc-u-Trans™ software.

TTI, which grew within the SIRTI incubator into a young and dynamic company, develops software that causes Computer Assisted Design (CAD) programs to work with each other. There are multiple CAD systems, each designed for a different engineering problem, that do not work together. In addition, the files can be huge. This causes tower-of-Babel type problems in large projects that use multiple CAD software for as many different design problems. TTI’s software, Acc-u-Trans™ translates between the programs, much like a simultaneous translators function at the United Nations.

“Many companies experience major distractions in working between multiple CAD systems,” says Tom Kopinski, TTI Executive Vice President. TTI’s software effectively communicates between Pro/Engineer, CATIA, Unigraphics, and SDRC I-DEAS. The result enhances manufacturing processes and reduces costs.

INCAT provides solutions for companies who use and manage large-scale enterprise information technology environments. INCAT, founded in 1984, has thirty offices in nine countries. They have grown into a global organization by building long-term partnerships with leading companies in various fields. These partnerships include Cisco, Nortel Networks, Check Point, Nokia, Internet Security Systems, IBM, among others. Now they have added TTI to their long partnership list.

INCAT provides full service enterprise solutions integration using technology with the goal of positioning their customers to maintain a competitive lead in their industries. “The addition of TTI’s Acc-u-Trans™ to our service offerings will allow our customers to realize gains from improved collaboration between CAD systems,” said Anne Lewandowski, INCAT Engineering Sales Leader. “This will help our customers improve productivity, and increase their bottom line.”

In late breaking news, TTI announced today that it has also formed a strategic partnership with software giant PTC. Headquartered in Needham, Massachusetts, PTC has more than 150 offices around the world. PTC develops, markets, and supports software solutions.

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