Attendees included: Back Row (L to R): Victor Castro, Jeff Singler, Sam Sawvel, Peter Pizzi, Robert Coleman, Jon Springer, Krystyna Jasinski, Debbie Fichter, Jay McCulley. Front Row (L to R): Samantha...See more Madsen (Jensen Dental), Alfredo Flores, Bill Bell, Roy Cho, Anton Nelson, Kristi McCulley (not pictured Shirley Galindo).
- January 2014
Shareholders in Delcam, one of the world’s leading suppliers of advanced software for manufacturing industry, today voted to accept the offer made by Autodesk to acquire the company. The acquisition is expected to be completed during February.
Headquartered in Birmingham, UK, Delcam has more than 30 offices worldwide and over 700 employees. The company’s range of design, manufacturing and inspection software provides automated CAD/CAM solutions for a variety of industries, ranging from automotive and aerospace to footwear and healthcare.
The latest NC Software Market Analysis Report from leading US analysts CIMdata showed that, in 2012, Delcam again had the highest vendor revenues and received the highest end-user payments of all the CAM-centric companies. This result meant that the company completed thirteen years as the world’s leading specialist supplier of CAM software and services.
Autodesk and Delcam offer complementary ranges of software, with...
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