Solid Mastermind Empowers Users Ready To Take Action With Solid Edge Synchronous Technology

Dorking, England, June 28th 2011 – Solid Mastermind the expert on-line resource for Solid Edge announce the immediate availability of the Synchronous Technology Migration on-line video training course. These sessions empower users to adopt synchronous workflows within Solid Edge.

Solid Mastermind recently conducted a survey of existing Solid Edge users to determine what versions of the software are in use, and what features are being used. The results show that over 60% of respondents are still modelling using the traditional techniques and have not yet embraced Synchronous Technology.

To help users move forward Solid Mastermind have created the Synchronous Technology Migration course. The course consists of 22 sessions with video tutorials that teach users how to make full use of the revolutionary synchronous workflows. Sessions include: an introduction, sketching, part modelling, sheet metal, and assembly. This course is perfect for established Solid Edge users working with only traditional modelling techniques as well as new users currently adopting Solid Edge or those evaluating the software.

This course is available immediately at http://www.SolidMastermind.com

With the demands of the current economic environment, it’s not always practical to attend live training, and some training courses are actually better when they are pre-structured and pre-recorded. Solid Mastermind’s streaming video training sessions can be viewed at any time to suit any situation and can be replayed time and time again. Each video is enhanced by a downloadable goal sheet and in many cases sample files to be used with the tutorials in assignments.

Jon Sutcliffe Technical Director of Ingenea, the developers of Solid Mastermind, comments: “Synchronous Technology really came of age with the release of Solid Edge ST3 and there are many further improvements in ST4. Now is the time to start making use of this fantastic technology to deliver improved productivity.

We see that although many users have access to Synchronous Technology they have not yet incorporated it into their everyday work practices. The key to deploying this new technology effectively is to fully understand how it all works. The Synchronous Technology Migration course educates users in synchronous workflows efficiently, and at minimal cost.

To adopt Synchronous Technology successfully users must view modelling workflows from a completely different, and new, perspective. For that reason learning Synchronous Technology does not lend itself to traditional classroom training methods. Users need to reinforce these concepts over a period of time to master the techniques. This is where Solid Mastermind comes into its own. The extensive library of tutorials and training materials is available 24/7 to suit individual preferences.

Many of our customers have been eagerly awaiting the release of this course. I’m very happy to announce that it’s now available.”

About Solid Mastermind:

Solid Mastermind is a comprehensive on-line resource and community for Solid Edge which includes video training courses, tutorials, tips and tricks, ask the expert, question & answer vault, best practices, utilities and more.

Solid Mastermind is developed by the team at Ingenea using their experience gained with Solid Edge since it was first released in 1996. They have conducted hundreds of training courses and answered thousands of support questions covering both technical and commercial issues. They have helped companies: evaluate and benchmark Solid Edge, justify the purchase, install, implement, systemise, optimise, and enhance their use of Solid Edge. Their strength is in helping users and companies get the most from their investment in Solid Edge.

With Solid Mastermind they combine their knowledge and expertise in Solid Edge with the latest technology to deliver flexible, efficient and highly effective services for Solid Edge professionals.

For more information visit http://www.SolidMastermind.com




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