GRAITEC Group News
DSC CAD/CAM-Technologien GmbH changes company name to GRAITEC GmbH
Bièvres, France, 15.05.2006 - GRAITEC SA, Developers of CAD and Engineering solutions for the construction industry, announces the name change of its German subsidiary from DSC CAD / CAM-Technologien GmbH to GRAITEC GmbH.
DSC has been developing and distributing CAD solutions for more than 20 years. With SDDP and HyperSteel (now Advance Steel: modeling and detailing based on AutoCAD® / ADT®) DSC has been a leading provider of CAD solutions for steel construction in Germany. When DSC joined the GRAITEC Group it extended its product range with the successful 3D CAD solution Advance Concrete. Furthermore the size of the development team for Advance Steel (until 2004 HyperSteel) was quadrupled.
As a logic and consequential step after joining the GRAITEC Group and in course of a further extension of the product range, DSC decided to change its company name to GRAITEC GmbH.
Headquartered in Karlsruhe, GRAITEC GmbH has subsidiaries in Erding and Oberhausen and plans to open other subsidiaries. A competent team with 15 specialists supports customers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland to significantly increase their productivity.
The GRAITEC Group is headquartered in Bièvres near Paris. GRAITEC has been committed to developing high performance CAD and analysis software for the construction industry. With the product line Advance and the recent launch of Effel Advanced, GRAITEC became the only developer in the world offering a complete suite of fully compatible and integrated products covering design and detailing for the reinforced concrete and steel construction industries. The development team of the GRAITEC Group consists of 70 engineers and programmers. GRAITEC's high quality software solutions are internationally recognized and allow users to manage complex projects such as the New Fair Milano (Engineering office Emmerling, Dorfen Germany), the Golden Terraces in Warsaw (Waagner Biro SGT, Vienna Austria), the Metro in Kairo or the tribunes of the Stade de France.