Todd Bryant, an applications engineer who was formerly employed by a SolidWorks solution partner, has been with 3DVision Technologies for two years. Bryant received his CSWP certification in the summer of 2002. Scott High, an applications engineer, who formerly worked as a product designer in the medical industry, has been employed at 3DVision Technologies for two years. High received his CSWP certification in October.
The CSWP Program is the highest level of SolidWorks software certification currently being offered by SolidWorks Corp. With the ever-increasing functionality of its products the company wants to ensure, through testing, that SolidWorks professionals meet and maintain the highest level of competency possible. As a result of these employees' CSWP certification, 3DVision Technologies also becomes an official SolidWorks Corp. certified testing center.
"The CSWP Program recognizes those engineers who have demonstrated excellence in modeling with SolidWorks software," says Mark Driscoll, Certification Program manager at SolidWorks Corp. "The fact that the 3DVision Technologies engineers have achieved this standard in certification underscores the company's dedication to quality and commitment to excellence, and enhances its ability to provide the type of best-in-class customer service that SolidWorks customers have come to expect."
About 3DVision Technologies.
Founded in 1995, 3DVision Technologies Corp., formerly known as Microsolid Solutions of Ohio, assists companies in the implementation of mainstream PC-based CAD, CAE, and PDM technologies used in product development. 3DVision Technologies strives to maintain a "company culture" made up of employees who love what they do and work hard to help customers achieve their business goals. The company has received numerous awards for sales, training, and technical support within the engineering community. For more information on the company, visit its web site at www.3dvisiontech.com.