PLM interoperability specialist Theorem Solutions continues to offer the most up-to-date support for CATIA users with the announcement of immediate availability of support for CATIVA V5 R21
The new versions of Theorem's CADverter initially offer fast and accurate translation of CAD data for CATIA V5 R21 and Creo View (formerly ProductView) and the Siemens JT visualization formats with other formats being released imminently.
Theorem's commitment to keep pace with the latest releases of CATIA V5 is based on its use of application development utilities provided and supported by Dassault Systemes. This not only ensures parallel development of new CADverter products, but also complete compatibility with fast-evolving and increasingly capable product development systems found in CATIA V5.
They will be available to existing Theorem users with a current maintenance agreement, as well as to all new customers.
Announcing the new series of CADverters for CATIA V5 R21, Theorem's Sales Director, Don Phillips said: "Many of our CATIA customers employ CADverters on 'mission critical' projects. Their ability to do so is sometimes dependent on the timely availability of robust interoperability products that match the rate at which they themselves update their CATIA systems. Our extensive pre-release testing confirms that CATIA V5 users will be able to implement to the latest Theorem CATIA V5 R21 CADverters with complete confidence and without interruption to existing interactive or batch interoperability processes."
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