Cyon Research opens 2012 Global Survey of Users of Engineering Software

Survey explores the business outlook and technology plans of firms that use CAD, CAE, PDM, PLM, and BIM software.  

 

Bethesda, MD, February 6, 2012 — Cyon Research Corporation today announced the opening of its 2012 Global Survey of Users of Engineering Software. The survey is open to employees of any firm that uses CAD, CAE, PDM, PLM, and/or BIM software for design, engineering, manufacturing, and or construction (generally known as “engineering software.”)

The 2012 Cyon Research survey explores users’ attitudes, expectations, and plans regarding the use of engineering software, as well as their view of their business outlook, their spending/hiring plans, and their expectations regarding changes or transitions in their engineering software mix.

Preliminary insights from the Cyon Research 2012 survey will be presented at COFES, the Congress On the Future of Engineering Software (http://cofes.com ) April 12-15, in Scottsdale Arizona. The detailed final survey report will be published in Q3 2012 and will be available for purchase from Cyon Research for $2,000.

Respondents from qualifying firms—firms that use engineering software, as mentioned above—can receive a copy of the survey results, for their personal use, at no cost.

The survey is available in five languages:

English: http://cyonresearch.com/survey
Russian: http://cyonresearch.com/s/Russian
Chinese: http://cyonresearch.com/s/Chinese
Portuguese: http://cyonresearch.com/s/Portuguese
Spanish: http://cyonresearch.com/s/Spanish

Individuals who work in firms which use CAD, CAE, PDM, PLM, and/or BIM software are encouraged to participate.

 

About Cyon Research
Cyon Research Corporation is a think-tank covering analysis of the engineering technology and software markets. Cyon Research provides key information, research, analysis, brainstorming, and consulting to its clients worldwide. Our focus is on the tools, processes, and procedures used in design and manufacturing, construction, and management.

Cyon Research's main event, COFES: The Congress on the Future of Engineering Software, now in its 13th year, is the premiere event in the engineering software industry.

COFES brings executives from design, engineering, architectural, development and technology companies together to understand the role engineering technology will play in the future survival and success of your business. Cyon Research offers to its clients a unique combination of experience, perspective, and insight, buttressed by an extensive network of well-established industry relationships. Our goal is always clarity: of the situation, of the pitfalls and opportunities, and of the road to success.

 

Press Contact:
Cory R Martin
Cyon Research
+1-301-365-9085
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