SolidProfessor Teams Up With TriMech
This venture follows SolidProfessor’s recent strategic partnerships with Hawk Ridge Systems and CADimensions, Dassault Systèmes value-added resellers and engineering solutions providers.
Education and Training News
February 24, 2023
SolidProfessor, an online training platform for design engineers, has announced its strategic partnership with TriMech, a large provider of Dassault Systèmes solutions.
This venture follows SolidProfessor’s recent strategic partnerships with Hawk Ridge Systems and CADimensions, Dassault Systèmes value-added resellers and engineering solutions providers. As a result of the partnership, TriMech clients will gain access to over 15,000 video tutorials and exclusive business features within SolidProfessor. Engineers can pair instructor-led courses with on-demand training to make the most of their company’s software, hardware, and services investments.
“We’re excited to partner with TriMech,” says SolidProfessor CEO Tony Glockler. “We will be able to help provide clients with the resources required to learn new skills in an ever-changing industry.”
With SolidProfessor, engineering teams can watch tutorials anytime, anywhere, as well as build customized training programs.
TriMech clients who invest in SOLIDWORKS CAD software solutions rely on subscription services that include regular software updates and live technical support. TriMech is increasing that value with the SolidProfessor video learning management system so clients can now access SolidProfessor's online training platform for design engineers.
“TriMech’s mission to help engineers succeed made this partnership a no-brainer,” explains Glockler. “At SolidProfessor, we understand that it’s engineers who design the future, and together we want to help them do just that.”
Since its founding in 2003, SolidProfessor has evolved into a large online training platform for design engineers. With more than 15,000 video tutorials covering SOLIDWORKS, product data management, geometric distancing and tolerancing, and certification prep, engineering teams can improve their skills to achieve higher rates of accuracy, productivity, and innovation for their businesses.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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