ABOUT OUR COMPANY
Mallett Technology, Inc brings best-in-class engineering software tools combined with broad knowledge and expertise to help our clients compete in today's marketplace and produce reliable and cost-effective products. Our solutions for product design, virtual simulations, collaborative product data, and life cycle management enable our customers to optimize the product development process, increase productivity, and improve time-to-market. For more than thirty years, our vision has been to be the preferred provider of world class simulation software and advanced multiphysics consulting services.
NEWS & EVENTS and WEBINARS
NEWS & EVENTS:
SOFTWARE & SUPPORT
Mallett Technology represents and supports world class software companies including ANSYS and PTC. Being in business for over 30 years and with our strong technical foundation and background, we believe your success using our software and services has been one of the key factors in our longevity. Our sales and technical staff will work with you to choose the right software fit for your company. Beyond that first piece or bundle of software, you can be sure that Mallett's support staff will take every step possible to support your usage and address any questions that may come up.
From day one, Mallett Technology has prided itself in our ability to perform analytical service work to either supplement your staff or execute work beyond your current capabilities. With a staff consisting of higher degreed engineers including 4 PhD's, Mallett Technology can indeed address most of the complex issues brought to us.
As part of any successful software implementation, it is imperative that you get the necessary training to insure your return on investment. Mallett Technology is committed to providing that training, whether it's a one on one engagement or standard classroom training, we'll accommodate your needs and schedule to insure that our software is used efficiently and productively.
- November 21st: A "How To" in Parametric and Direct Modeling in ANSYS
- November 7th: A Case Study in Nonlinear Contact with Solids and Shells in ANSYS
- October 24th: Restarts in ANSYS Mechanical