Troy, MI - Tebis America, a leading software company specializing in CAD/CAM systems for design and manufacturing-servicing the tool, die, mold, aerospace and automotive manufacturing industries, has received the DiSciTech Award from Corp! Magazine.
Tebis America was recognized as best in class software in the CAD/CAM market for manufacturing companies. The DiSciTech Award recognizes those Michigan companies that are ‘leading the way in Digital, Science and Technology and making Michigan a better place to live and work.’
Tebis America won the award in the Technology area for its new 4.0 version. New interface, performance packages and new functionality for its CAD/CAM system.
“We have a new product out called Version 4.0,” said David Klotz, CEO and president of Tebis America. “It is a game changer in the CAD/CAM industry for tool, die, mold shops, along with companies doing machining for the aerospace industries. Tebis Version 4.0 opens up completely new perspectives with a clearly structured, ergonomic user interface as well as application-specific industry and special packages with performance levels and optional add-ons.”
Klotz added, “We are proud to accept this fine award from Corp Magazine. It further represents the strides we have made throughout our entire organization to be not only best in class, but world class. Our success has come about through the efforts of a dedicated sales and support staff.”
Tebis America, part of Tebis AG, Munich, Germany, develops CAD/CAM systems for tool, die and mold manufacturing, primarily for automobile and aircraft manufacturers and their subcontractors from the styling, model making, tool and mold manufacturing sectors. The company supplies turnkey installations and also provides a full suite of 40 software modules focusing on increasing its customers’ ability to reach higher profits through consulting implementing of new technology, training and support.
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