CloudCalc, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has been selected to present its Start-Up technology at this year’s DownStream Exhibition & Conference in Houston, TX. Tom Van Laan, CEO of CloudCalc, will examine the latest innovations in “Plant Engineering on the Cloud” at 1:30pm on Tuesday, June 11 in the Engineering and Construction Theater on the Exhibition Floor. If you would like to attend, you can get your pass here.
Over the past 25 years, productivity growth in the engineering and construction sector has lagged that of the rest of the economy. One reason for this is because engineering software has been slow — as compared to the software of other industries — to embrace the benefits of the internet/cloud, the single biggest enhancer of productivity over that time period.
CloudCalc was founded with the mission of countering that productivity lag by bringing the benefits of the internet and the cloud to engineering software. In this presentation Tom will specifically show how CloudCalc’s engineering tools – our Structural Analysis product, as well as our soon-to-be-released Pipe Stress Analysis product (to be sneak-previewed in this presentation) — can bring the following productivity enhancements to your design/engineering process:
- Collaboration: Promote productivity by sharing calculations and engineering models with fellow project team members.
- Device independence and support for mobile: Bring informed solutions to just about anywhere (office, home, client’s office, the site) using just about any device (PC, Mac, tablet, phone).
- Reduced IT support: Get licensed and start working in minutes, without needing to get your IT staff involved.
- Balance licenses with your cyclic workload: Avoid the financial commitment of perpetual licenses by adding and dropping licenses as needed.
And best of all, using CloudCalc doesn’t require that you change how you do things today. Please attend this presentation and learn how our software can complement your current software and engineering process!
If you can’t attend, I invite you to check out CloudCalc, the scalable, collaborative, cloud-based engineering software at www.cloudcalc.com
By Tom Van Laan
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