E-mail: Dennis.Nagy@BeyondCAE.com Twitter: @DennisNagy Global Business Phone: +126.96.36.19903
BeyondCAE and intrinSIM Form
BeyondCAE is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement with intrinSIM to collaborate on enabling engineering software companies, technology providers and investors to bridge the gap between technology and market. The bilateral agreement will allow BeyondCAE and intrinSIM to subcontract services from each other to provide more comprehensive solutions for their respective customers and to leverage the synergy that these organizations bring with extensive experience and industry connections.
BeyondCAE Principal,Dr. Dennis A. Nagy, is a senior software/technology business executive with extensive global sales, marketing, management and R&D background and a strong record of building and leading profitable global operations:
VP of Marketing and Business Development, leading CAE software & services vendor
CEO of early-stage VC-backed engineering software/services company. Grew revenues 35%/year in severe economic downturn.
Built the international operations of a leading public technology software company from inception and grew revenues to $80M.
Managed the acquisition and assimilation of two large worldwide sales/support organizations into an existing global operation and led the combined force of over 300 professionals to produce and service over $130M in annual revenue.
Negotiated technology business partnerships and industry contracts in the U.S., Europe, and Asia.
Extensive European and Asian business activities. Lived and worked professionally 8 years in Europe, fluent in German, 60+ extended business engagements in Asia-Pacific.
Business development and strategy consulting for computer software companies, penetration new industries/segments, marketing/positioning, sales management and channel development, key account sales, geographic expansion, finding distributors for software companies globally.
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“The UberCloud HPC Experiment: Helping Bridge the Gap Between Potential and Realized Benefits of High-Performance Cloud Computing for Engineering Simulation” ( presented at the NAFEMS World Congress, June 9-12, 2013)
Profiled in depth the entire MCAE market, players, technology and business trends, and then developed scenarios for major client’s possible further penetration into the MCAE market. Included examining and understanding the convergence of traditional MCAE and ECAE/EDA into Mechatronics solutions and opportunities, including Model-Based System Engineering (MBSE).
Aided a joint venture of two established MCAE resellers/consulting firms located outside the U.S. to further understand and penetrate an energy industry market within the U.S.
Developed and started the implementation of a break-out strategy for a U.S. software company with good technology but low market profile.
Recruited a European distributor for a U.S. software company.
Assisted NAFEMS expansion to include Systems Engineering in its coverage reach, by representing NAFEMS at the kick-off meeting of the new relationship between NAFEMS and INCOSE (International Council on System Engineering) at the INCOSE International Workshop in January ’13 in Jacksonville, FL, where the NAFEMS-INCOSE joint System Modeling and Simulation Working Group (SMSWG) held its formation meeting.
Currently functioning as a Mentor/Supervisor of 6 Teams in the UberCloud HPC Experiment, an activity involving over 500 companies/participants from 40+ countries. This Experiment started in the Summer of 2012 (25 Teams of 4: HPC Expert/Team Leader, Hardware Resource Provider, Software Resource Provider, End User) and is in the middle of Round 4 (over 110 Teams in total). The objective is to identify and overcome real obstacles to bridging the gap between the technological potential of Cloud Computing for simulation (initially MCAE, but expanding into biotechnology for Rounds 3, 4 and beyond) and the actual achievement of practical results by real end-users. Each Team of 4 usually includes people/companies from multiple continents. Tabor Communications, with sponsorship from Intel, has published a compendium of case studies (Teams) from Rounds 1 and 2: http://tci.taborcommunications.com/UberCloud_HPC_Experiment
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