Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) November 05, 2015
Famic Technologies Pvt. Ltd., is the first phase of the Company’s expansion plan to meet the growing demand in Asia for its engineering productivity solutions for hydraulics, pneumatics, electrical and automation systems design, simulation, documentation, maintenance and training skills development.
“We are very pleased to choose Pune for our base of operations in India. Pune is an excellent location for us because of its strategic proximity to our Indian domestic and International OEM clients with engineering operations. We have a group of exceptionally skilled and talented colleagues there to achieve the Company’s objectives. We will continue investing in the staff needed to ensure that our partners promoting our solutions as well as our clients continue to receive the world-class service and support now locally” says Charbel Nasr, President at Famic Technologies.
Charbel Nasr adds, “Over and above the sales and support activities, the Pune office will play a proactive role in Automation Studio™ R&D by participating in the creation of ready-to-simulate manufacturers catalogues in order to meet the increasing demand. Our users including OEMs, system integrators, maintenance and training specialists, appreciate the productivity level and the cost saving they can achieve with Automation Studio™ for the various activities they have to deal with throughout a machine lifecycle. We made the commitment that they can count on the availability of the expertise and the timely response from our various offices worldwide”.
About Famic Technologies
Since 1986, Famic Technologies creates, markets, and supports CAD and simulation software solutions for hydraulics, pneumatics, electrical, automation and controls. Head quartered in Montreal, Canada, with branches in Germany and India, Famic Technologies provides a full range of quality products and bespoke services in the fields of software engineering and industrial automation solutions to help engineers, maintenance personnel and trainers substantially increase their efficiency in systems design, maintenance and training.