Altair Names Symetri Limited Enterprise-Tier Channel Partner

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Altair, a global leader in computational science and artificial intelligence (AI), has extended its channel partner agreement with Symetri Limited, elevating the company to an enterprise-tier channel partner. As part of the new agreement, Symetri – one of Europe’s leading software providers for software design and engineering activities – will take full sales and client relationship management responsibilities for Altair’s design and engineering simulation portfolio for key clients in the U.K. and Ireland.

“We have been extremely impressed with the Symetri Limited team since we started our collaboration,” said Pavan Kumar, senior vice president of global indirect business, Altair. “They have a passionate, experienced, and successful team whose values align with ours. I am confident that Symetri will continue to provide outstanding sales and technical support to many of our small-to-medium clients and will ensure they are successful in their continued deployment of market-leading simulation, data analytics, and high-performance computing technologies.”

“We are extremely proud to be named Altair’s first enterprise-tier channel partner for the U.K. and Ireland,” said John Bartle, director, Symetri Limited. “Our team has been extremely impressed with Altair’s robust technology solutions, unique licensing model, and customer-centred approach. Symetri and Altair are aligned in providing solutions that ensure our customers work smarter for a better future. We look forward to the exciting times ahead, and most importantly, to offering our customers best-in-class solutions.” 

Altair and Symetri began collaborating in 2019 when Symetri became Altair’s first channel partner in the U.K. dedicated to expanding the use of Altair’s revolutionary structural analysis solution, Altair SimSolid. Since then, Symetri has driven three successful years of SimSolid usage growth in the U.K. and Ireland.


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