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Europe / Middle East / Africa
Dassault Systèmes  (HQ)
9, quai Marcel Dassault, BP 310
92 156 Suresnes Cedex - France
Tel: +33 (0) 1 40 99 40 99

Dassault Systèmes of America Corp.
6320 Canoga Avenue - Trillium East Tower
Woodlands Hills, CA 91367-2526 - United States 

Asia - Pacific
Dassault Systèmes
Kabushiki Kaisha
Pier City Shibaura Bidg 10F
3-18-1 Kaigan Minato-Ku
Tokyo 108-0022 - Japon

Since it was created in 1981, Dassault Systemes has helped its industrial customers maximize product design and development. First used to design complex shapes, 3D now makes it possible to design and manufacture products creating digital mockups. Today, Dassault Systemes anticipates the industrial processes of tomorrow, with solutions that provide a 3D view of a product's lifecycle, from creation to maintenance, including manufacturing and recycling.
  • 2007

Dassault Systèmes:

    • Launches 3DVIA, for online 3D lifelike experiences
    • Announces the acquisition of ICEM
    • Expands its 25-year partnership with IBM whereby IBM sells DS's expanded PLM portfolio and DS assumes management of the indirect sales channel
  • 2006
    • Introduces Version 5 Release 17 (V5 R17) of its PLM suite
    • Completes the acquisition of leading provider of collaborative PLM solutions MatrixOne, which is incorporated into the new global PLM Collaborative Environment portfolio under the ENOVIA brand name
    • Announces PLM sourcing solution ENOVIA V5 Collaborative Enterprise Sourcing (CES), bringing engineering and sourcing together in one collaborative environment
  • 2005
    • Acquires ABAQUS, the leader in nonlinear finite element analysis software, and unveils SIMULIA, an open platform enabling the integration of all types of simulation applications
    • Acquires Virtools, the leading provider of comprehensive software development solutions for building highly interactive 3D content
    • Concludes a strategic partnership with i2, designed to develop new generation of 3D-based sourcing solutions
    • Introduces Version 5 Release 15 (V5 R15) and 16 (V5 R16) of its PLM suite
  • 2004
    • Establishes a strategic partnership with Boeing, creating the Global Collaborative Environment (GCE) virtual platform for Boeing and its suppliers for the development of the revolutionary new 787 Dreamliner
    • Creates a joint venture with Rand Americas for North American sales, and aquires five RAND Worldwide European subsidiaries in Germany, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, and United Kingdom for European sales
    • Creates the new DELMIA Automation set of solutions and establishes strategic partnerships with Schneider Electric and Omron
    • Introduces Version 5 Release 13 (V5 R13) and 14 (V5 R14) of its PLM suite
  • 2003
    • Announces strategic partnership with Gehry Technologies or development of Product PLM solutions for the building industry
    • Wins major automotive industry contracts (BMW Group, Ford Motor Company) and aerospace industry contracts (AVIC, ENAER, Liebherr)
    • Is placed in the leader category of the PLM Magic Quadrant study from Gartner Inc.
    • Introduces two new releases (R11, R12) of the Version 5 PLM suite
  • 2002
    • Signs an agreement with IBM to implement a joint sales and marketing growth plan to prepare for the expanding PLM market
    • Wins contracts with Toyota Motor Corporation and Volvo Group
  • 2001
    • Acquires Structural Research and Analysis Corporation (SRAC), enabling Dassault Systèmes to provide 3D computer-aided engineering solutions to all users
    • Acquires the consulting and services business of Alliance Commerciale Technologies (ACT), a key player in Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) consultancy and service engineering
    • Wins Sony Corporation contract - Home Network Company - Home Visual Company
  • 2000
    • Launches DELMIA from Delmia Corp. with participation from Delmia GmbH and Safework, and acquires the companies EAI-DELTA and Les Consultants Génicom
    • Acquires Spatial, a leading developer of 3D software components
    • Wins a contract with Airbus S.A. for deployment of CATIA V5
  • 1999
    • Purchases Matra Datavision development laboratory; establishes DS Provence
    • Acquires a majority interest in Smart Solutions Ltd. (former name of SmarTeam Corporation Ltd.) to strenghten PDM capabilities
    • Launches Dassault Systèmes AG in Germany
  • 1998
    • Launches Version 5 of CATIA for native Windows NT and UNIX platforms
    • Purchases IBM product data management (PDM) assets and establishes Enovia Corp.
  • 1997
    • Acquires Deneb, a leading provider of digital manufacturing solutions
    • Acquires SolidWorks, a chief developer of mechanical design solutions
  • 1996
    • Conducts a successful initial public offering of common stock that begins trading on the Nasdaq and Paris stock exchanges
    • Makes CATIA-CADAM Solutions Version 4 available on multiple platforms (HP, SGI and Sun Microsystems)
  • 1995
    • Bernard Charlès becomes President of Dassault Systèmes
    • Introduces CATIA-CADAM Architectural Engineering Construction (AEC) Plant Solutions
  • 1994
    • Creates Dassault Systèmes Kabushiki Kaisha (DS K.K.) in Tokyo, Japan
  • 1993
    • Introduces CATIA-CADAM Solutions Version 4
  • 1992
    • Purchases CADAM from IBM and from it creates Dassault Systèmes of America Corp.
  • 1988
    • Launches CATIA Version 3, with AEC functionality on UNIX and mainframe platforms
    • CATIA becomes the world's leading application for automotive design
  • 1986
    • Secures Boeing as a CATIA user
  • 1984
    • Introduces CATIA Version 2, which integrates 2D and 3D functions
    • CATIA becomes the world's leading application for aeronautical design
  • 1982
    • Introduces CATIA Version 1 as an add-on product for 3D design, surface modeling and NC programming
  • 1981
    • Creates worldwide partnership with IBM to market, sell and promote CATIA solutions
    • Begins working with major automobile manufacturers - BMW, Mercedes and Honda

Prior to the creation of Dassault Systèmes:

    • Avions Marcel Dassault (AMD) creates Dassault Systèmes in order to develop new generations of CATIA;
  • 1977
    • AMD develops CAD/cAM Software in 3D, which later becomes known as CATIA (Computer-Aided Three-Dimensional Interactive Application)
  • 1976
    • IBM sells, markets, and supports CADAM
  • 1975
    • Avions Marcel Dassault (AMD) becomes first CADAM customer
  • 1974
    • Lockheed develops CADAM (Computer-Augmented Drafting and Manufacturing), a system of CAD/cAM in 2D

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