In 2015, more than 100 thought-provoking keynote addresses and client presentations highlighted industry trends in enterprise simulation, showed how manufacturers are enabling innovation through simulation and turned the event into a conference not to be missed. Additionally the active participation of our partners in the technology showcase was very well received by our attendees and turned the conference breaks into a forum for hardware and software solutions and lively discussions.

We invite you to take advantage of this significant, focused marketing opportunity by participating as a “Platinum” or “Gold” Sponsor or as an exhibitor at the ATC 2017 from June 26th - 28th in Frankenthal, Germany.

The three day event is a great opportunity to reach new customers and to network with existing ones. This year for the first time, extending the scope beyond Altair customers, the conference will include a day, dedicated especially to those interested in simulation, design, and HPC solutions and the development of innovative products via a Simulation-driven Innovation approach. Selected partners will have the possibility to present their solutions also within the program of day one by having their banners on display or even presenting their solutions within the program.

Your company will benefit from maximum exposure through all event communications before and during the conference and conference related promotional activities during 2017. In addition, your company will be prominently recognized throughout the entire event and will be provided the opportunity to exhibit at this major event.

For more information, download the Sponsoring Program here.
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