Maplesoft appoints Adept as exclusive distributor of Maple maths software range in Sweden, Norway and Finland
Adept Scientific is pleased to announce that Maplesoft (Waterloo, Ontario) has appointed the company as the exclusive distributor of its advanced mathematical and analytical software products in Sweden, Norway and Finland. Adept Scientific is already Maplesoft’s partner in the UK, Ireland and Denmark, and the two companies are building on their long-standing, successful relationship to further the uptake of Maple, Maple T.A. and MapleNet software in industrial, educational and research organisations in the Nordic countries.
“Adept has represented Maplesoft for many, many years,” explained Fred Kern, Maplesoft’s Vice President for International Sales, “and is one of our largest and most successful representatives worldwide.”
“We have had a highly productive and very enjoyable relationship with Maplesoft for more than a decade,” added Adept Scientific’s chairman and managing director, Dr Paul Bragg. “They have developed some of the most capable, innovative and usable software in the world, and we have been proud to supply and support it. We have a discerning customer base that demands excellence in the software they use and the service and support they receive. In our partnership with Maplesoft we are able to supply both, and we’re looking forward to serving Maple users in the Nordic region too.”
The Maplesoft core product suite includes Maple, the most powerful and intuitive tool for solving complex mathematical problems and creating rich, executable technical documents; MapleNet, a Web-based platform for sharing Maple content for collaboration and e-learning; and Maple T.A., a Web-based system for creating tests, assignments and exercises, automatically assessing student responses and performance. Maplesoft’s standards-compliant algorithms are renowned for their speed, accuracy and reliability.
Adept Scientific sees this new distributorship agreement as an opportunity to extend its sales and support operation across the Nordic region. “From our Nordic region headquarters in Hillerød, Denmark,” says Henrik Petersen, manager of Adept Scientific A/S, “we are able to provide a broad range of PC solutions for mathematics, science, engineering and research to customers in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Iceland, the Baltic states and the Danish territories of Faeroe Islands and Greenland.
“As well as Maple, we can offer products such as VisSim, the control systems simulation software that is, in its latest version, compatible with Maple; Northwest Analytical’s statistical process control package Quality Analyst; Weisang GmbH’s FlexPro, an advanced data analysis and presentation package; the MathType equation editor; Easy-PC electronic circuit design and layout software; and the CambridgeSoft range of chemistry and biological software tools.
“Customers in all the Nordic countries can now benefit from a locally based, specialist supplier of technical computing products with an international reputation for the highest quality products, customer service and technical support.”
Petersen’s team in Hillerød is backed up by a systems, marketing and support infrastructure, based in the company’s head office in Letchworth, UK, that is, he says, “second to none in the technical computing market.”
Maple customers in Sweden can contact Adept Scientific on the local telephone number 08 50 52 1145, and the appointment of a Maple sales specialist based in Sweden will be announced soon. Adept Scientific also has local telephone numbers for technical computer users in Denmark (48 25 17 77), Norway (02 152 0243) and Finland (09 2516 6333). Adept Scientific’s Nordic region headquarters are at Nordre Jernbanevej 13c, DK-3400 Hillerød, Denmark; email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Links to Adept Scientific’s Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish Web sites can be found at www.adeptnordic.com
Maplesoft (www.maplesoft.com) is a leading developer and provider of interactive mathematical software. Maplesoft leads the market with innovations that make the management of technical knowledge – whether in industry or the classroom – more effective and efficient. Over two million users at thousands of organisations benefit from advanced Maple technology.
With offices in the UK, USA, Germany and throughout the Nordic region, Adept Scientific is one of the world’s leading suppliers of software and hardware products for research, scientific, engineering and technical applications on desktop computers.