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Transitioning from Product to Platform in Engineering Simulation

ANSYS App Store2The meteoric rise of digital platform business models over the last decade has been called the most profound change in the global macroeconomic environment since the Industrial Revolution. Very few industries have yet to be disrupted by these new online structures that facilitate a wide range of human activities. Platform ecosystems are catalyzing radical changes in how we socialize, consume, create value and compete for profits. Platforms are connecting two or more distinct groups of users and enabling their direct interaction. Businesses that traditionally found their business advantage to be in the strength of internal resources now face competitors harnessing the expertise of hundreds of motivated users generating value-added content and network connected resources. Apple’s App Store, now boasting more than one million applications, is an example of the power of platform-inspired ecosystems. In this article on Engineering.com, as an example of a platform in engineering simulations, Stewart Bible discusses the recently released the ANSYS App Store. This online platform, which the company envisions as the future hub of its partner activity, provides designers and engineers with a centralized location to access apps that advance efficiency and productivity while using ANSYS software. You can read the article HERE.

 

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