Engineering simulation software is a powerful tool that helps organizations use virtual prototyping to reduce design and test costs. However, selecting the right software can be a complex and challenging process. With so many options available, it can be difficult to know which software will best meet your needs.
Our new white paper, Six Considerations for Selecting Engineering Simulation Software, provides a comprehensive guide for evaluating and selecting the best engineering simulation software to meet your needs.
In the white paper, we explore the following six key questions you should consider when evaluating engineering simulation software options:
- Should I use a CAD-embedded simulation tool or stand-alone engineering simulation software?
- What hardware is needed to run engineering simulation software?
- Should I look to conduct simulation in the cloud or on-premise?
- Does our organization have the personnel to perform simulation in-house?
- How long does it take to get trained and become proficient on engineering simulation software?
- Should I lease or buy engineering simulation software?
We review a variety of helpful tips and best practices for evaluating different software options, assessing hardware requirements, identifying personnel capabilities and training needs, and making informed decisions about leasing versus buying. After reading this guide, you will have a better understanding of how to evaluate different types of engineering simulation software options based on your organization’s goals and needs.
Download this essential resource for evaluating and selecting engineering simulation software here.