Intergraph Rated Top Engineering Design Provider

Press Release
Thursday, September 20, 2012

Intergraph® ranks as No. 1 overall engineering design solution provider for industry in ARC Advisory Group study for the 6th consecutive year.

ARC Advisory Group, the leading research and advisory firm for industry and infrastructure, based the ranking on revenues, and published their ratings in the latest release of "Engineering Design Tools for Industry and Infrastructure Worldwide Outlook."

Intergraph tops the rankings in three of five segments in which it competes – oil and gas, chemical and power – in ARC Advisory Group's "Industry" category devoted to technology used in the design, construction and operation of process, power and discrete manufacturing plants, as well as the shipbuilding and marine industries. Intergraph is the only engineering design solution provider ranked No. 1 in more than one industrial market segment.

Intergraph leads all direct competitors globally, and also leads all direct competitors in each of the four geographic regions analyzed by ARC Advisory Group: Asia, EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa), Latin America and North America.

Intergraph SmartPlant® and SmartMarine® Enterprise suites offer a powerful portfolio of industry-leading, best-in-class design and data management solutions, enabling companies in the process, power and marine industries to capture integrated engineering knowledge at the enterprise level for the competitive advantage needed in today's and tomorrow's markets. Intergraph enterprise solutions enable proven productivity gains, improving engineering efficiency by up to 30 percent.

Gerhard Sallinger, Intergraph Process, Power & Marine president, said, "The latest ARC Advisory Group study placing Intergraph ahead of our main competitor in all four geographic regions confirms our status as the world's leading provider of engineering design tools for the process and power industries. It is further validation that Intergraph provides customers with the broadest portfolio of next-generation, best-in-class solutions to meet their safety, quality and productivity needs."





 

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