MecSoft releases campus wide CAM software configuration for Educational Institutions

MecSoft Europe GmbH, distributor of CAD/CAM software in Europe announced today a new software configuration for educational institutions.

"We are very pleased to announce an attractive CAMPUS-CAM software solution specially tailored for educational institutions.” stated Ulrich Oehler CEO of MecSoft Europe. “This product is a direct result of our global educational customers requesting unfettered access to our software products at any time and from any location on campus.”

MecSoft’s Campus-CAM configuration is currently offered for VisualMILL, RhinoCAM, and VisualMILL for SolidWorks. Providing PRO level features for each platform, the Campus-CAM configuration allows for an unlimited number of concurrent network users.

“The Campus-CAM configuration, first implemented successfully at the University of Manitoba Canada, will allow any number of engineering, industrial design and architectural students the flexibility of accessing our software at any time and from anywhere on campus,” said Oehler. “Professors and students can even use the software at an offsite location if their network allows remote access capability.”

The software is available in English, Spanish, German, French, Portuguese and Japanese versions.

About MecSoft Europe GmbH
Established in July 2009, MecSoft Europe GmbH is located in Bad Kreuznach and provides state-of-the-art Windows based software for a wide variety of industries ranging from automotive and aerospace to education and general machining.
For more information, please visit http://www.mecsoft-europe.de/home.html?&L=1

Contact:
Ulrich Oehler
CEO
MecSoft Europe GmbH
Gutlay 4 55545 Bad Kreuznach
Germany
Tel.: +49-(0)671-92065040
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