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BAE Systems Australia Invests in SSI Software

February 29, 2016

Australian defense contractor BAE Systems Australia has recently made an investment in a broad range of SSI software and services.

 
BAE has purchased new ShipConstructor software seats and Subscriptions while also investing in software license rentals under SSI’s flexible pay as you go model.
 
Included as part of BAE’s investment were upgrades to its SSI ShipConstructor Workshare software to allow the company to distribute CAD/CAM work across multiple locations.
 
BAE will also be implementing SSI’s innovative information sharing application called EnterprisePlatform PublisherLT which will allow BAE to streamline its engineering processes.
 
BAE realized that to maximize the value of its software, proper staff training was essential. Therefore, an SSI ShipConstructor expert trainer provided classes to BAE staff.
 
“BAE Systems Australia is implementing world-class software infrastructure,” said SSI CEO Darren Larkins. “This is a strong foundation for designing and engineering world-class naval ships.”
 
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