Dassault Systemes and Oce Announce Partnership Agreement
Press release from the issuing company
Venlo (the Netherlands), - Océ Technologies BV (Nasdaq:
OCENY, Amsterdam Exchanges: OCE) and Dassault Systemes (Nasdaq: DASTY,
Bourse de Paris) announced today the signing of a Component Application
Architecture (CAA) V5 development partnership. The purpose of this agreement
is the integration of Océ printing applications in the CATIA V5 environment.
This will enable the integration of customers' critical processes - from
design up to printing and plotting - into a single environment.
Manufacturing and engineering companies worldwide focus on
cost-effective management of their printing processes on an enterprise-wide
basis. Today's market demands effective and centralized control of output
devices of all different types, wherever they are located in the
Amongst a wide range of functionalities, CATIA V5 offers standard
printing possibilities on UNIX and NT environments. Most of the current
graphic standards for printing are natively supported within CATIA V5, whose
printing capabilities have been validated for major plotters and printers.
Via this CAA V5 development partnership, Dassault Systemes and Océ give
CATIA V5 users comprehensive and seamless access to all available document
printing and distribution resources, regardless of the device types and
where they are located. This saves time and cost, and promotes efficient,
enterprise-wide information sharing within the organization. Maximum return
on investment is ensured by enabling use to be made of all the available
printing functionalities throughout the enterprise.
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