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PART Engineering Named Altair Channel Partner

Long-time Altair Partner Alliance (APA) member, PART Engineering to sell Altair solutions in DACH region

TROY, Mich, June 30, 2021 — 

Altair (Nasdaq: ALTR), a global technology company providing solutions in simulation, high-performance computing (HPC), and artificial intelligence (AI), announced that PART Engineering, an industry-renowned computer-aided engineering (CAE) simulation services and software company, has become an Altair channel partner for the DACH region. PART Engineering has been part of the Altair Partner Alliance (APA) since 2012 and will now also sell and support Altair's entire structural and injection molding simulation portfolio.

Founded in 1999, the company specializes in structural finite element analysis (FEA). Based on many years of experience utilizing Altair’s simulation tools and cultivating industry expertise through its work with customers across industries, PART Engineering is well-positioned to fully represent Altair and its solutions in the DACH region.

“We are pleased to welcome PART Engineering, an experienced company with an excellent reputation in the automotive and engineering industries, to the Altair channel partner program,” said Ulrich Bruder, Altair managing director in Germany. “With more than two decades of experience in the simulation of plastic products, PART Engineering understands the requirements of the industry and offers a comprehensive range of solutions. Adding Altair to its solutions offerings will empower customers to access the industry’s most advanced, high-fidelity, and specialized technologies, from manufacturing simulation and optimization to the analysis of fiber composite structures and the convergence of CAE with artificial intelligence.”

By reselling Altair’s software, PART Engineering will offer solutions for the entire CAE process chain. This is especially relevant for its focus area, plastic products, as the final characteristics of molded parts are heavily influenced by the applied manufacturing process. As part of the APA, the company's own specialized solutions, Converse and S-Life, are fully integrated into and interact with Altair's software solutions. Thanks to the breadth and depth of Altair’s solutions set, including more than 100 APA applications, PART Engineering will now offer solutions for other specialty requirements. 

“Being a successful partner in the APA for more than nine years combined with our industry expertise made the expansion to sell Altair solutions a natural and logical next step to strengthen our market reach and offering,” said Wolfgang Korte, managing director, PART Engineering. “We are confident that the collaborative efforts between PART Engineering and Altair combined with our application and industry expertise in the plastics segment will propel both organizations to gain considerable market share in the DACH region.”

PART Engineering will continue to be an important member of the APA and, in addition to the close cooperation with Altair, will maintain and expand the interfaces of its own software to other CAE software providers. 

To learn more about the solutions PART Engineering offers via the Altair Partner Alliance, visit

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