Electronic Systems Design, Embedded System Development, Embedded System Design

By: Cofluent Design  09-12-2011
Keywords: Professional Services

Why using CoFluent Design Professional Services:

  • Company resources are primarily dedicated to implementation
  • Modeling activities are new to most companies
  • Secure and show first results before a wider internal adoption
  • Reduce the risk of embracing a new technology
  • Ease adoption & transition of CoFluent Studio expertise
  • Assist tools integration within customer design flow

CoFluent Design Professional Services enable companies to reduce risks and improve competitiveness.

Our team of experts delivers methodological and modeling expertise under structured engagements that directly address key development challenges and contribute to the success of our customers.

Our proven engagement methodology, and in-depth understanding of market and technology dynamics make CoFluent Design a valuable partner to clients worldwide.

Our services are tailored to the unique requirements of the vertical markets in which we focus.

By helping customers successfully integrate CoFluent Design technologies and methodologies into their work flows, we help ensure they meet their design and business objectives.


Keywords: Professional Services

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