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SofTech, Inc. is a multinational computer software company with offices in the United States, Italy, Germany and France with a worldwide annual revenue of US$ $12.1 million. Headquartered in Lowell, Ma. SofTech has provided Product Lifecycle Management, Product Data Management, and CAD CAM solutions. SofTech was founded by Douglas T. Ross in 1969 as one of the earliest software/consulting companies in the US. In December 2002, SofTech acquired Workgroup Technology Corporation , developer of ProductCenter, the company's PDM/PLM solution. WTC was one of the earliest PDM/PLM providers in the industry, having delivered PLM software products beginning with its first software product CMS in the early 1990s, along with many technology firsts, including the first independent PLM integration to Pro/ENGINEER. In 1996 WTC’s CMS software solution was renamed to ProductCenter. Softech’s flagship product offering ProductCenter PLM was created to enhance product lifecycle development by extending enterprise collaboration, increasing product quality improvements, and shortening time-to-market cycles. ProductCenter integrates with CAD systems such as Pro/ENGINEER, SolidWorks, Autodesk Inventor, AutoCAD, CADRA, Unigraphics, CATIA and ME-10 as well as non-CAD integrations to MS Office and Adobe FrameMaker and view/markup/collaboration integration to Cimmetry’s AutoVue. ProductCenter was specifically designed to operate on the Microsoft Windows and UNIX operating systems and has also developed a web client version to operate in a standard web browser on almost any platform. Wikipedia.


Naik G.,Indian Institute of Management | Basavaraj K.P.,Indian Institute of Management | Hegde V.R.,SofTech | Paidi V.,Indian Institute of Management | Subramanian A.,University of Glasgow
Applied Geography | Year: 2013

Despite significant progress in the development of quantitative geography techniques and methods and a general recognition of the need to improve the quality of geographic data, few studies have exploited the potential of geospatial tools to augment the quality of available data methods in developing countries. This paper uses data from an extensive deployment of geospatial technology in India to compare crop areas estimated using geospatial technology to crop areas estimated by conventional methods and assess the differences between the methods. The results presented here show that crop area estimates based on geospatial technology generally exceed the estimates obtained using conventional methods. This suggests that conventional methods are unable to respond quickly to changes in cropping patterns and therefore do not accurately record the area under high-value cash crops. This finding has wider implications for commercializing agriculture and the delivery of farm credit and insurance services in developing countries. Significant data errors found in the conventional methods could affect critical policy interventions such as planning for food security. Some research and policy implications are discussed. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd.


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SofTech | Date: 2009-06-16

Computers for training and educational use; educational materials in the form of computer programmes for teaching; training materials in the form of computer programmes for teaching. Educational materials in printed form; training materials in printed form, in the field of adult education courses in information technology, information security, information technology support, management and soft skills training, website design, computer programming, and use of computer software. Computer training, computer training advisory services, conducting training seminars for clients, organization of training courses, educational services, namely, providing courses of instruction at the adult education level; providing courses of training and conducting training seminars for clients, namely, in the filed of adult education courses in information technology, information security, information technology support, management and soft skills training, website design, computer programming, and use of computer software.


The invention generally relates to systems and methods for coordinating participation in, and payment for, events. In particular, the invention allows a person to initiate a group event without exposing themselves to a full cost of the event, even where full payment is traditionally collected through a single bill or prior to the event. In some aspects, the invention provides a method of organizing an event that includes broadcasting information about an event to potential participants, receiving a commitment to pay from participants, and charging each participant their share while paying a full event cost, so that no one person must pay the full cost.


Trademark
SofTech and Firebrand Training | Date: 2009-06-23

[ Computers for training and educational use; educational materials in the form of computer programmes for teaching; training materials in the form of computer programmes for teaching ]. Educational materials in printed form; training materials in printed form, in the field of adult education courses in information technology, information security, information technology support, management and soft skills training, website design, computer programming, and use of computer software. Educational services, namely, providing courses of instruction at the adult education level; providing courses of training and conducting training seminars for clients, namely, in the field of adult education courses in information technology, information security, information technology support, management and soft skills training, website design, computer programming, and use of computer software.


Trademark
SofTech | Date: 2014-07-16

Dietary and nutritional supplements containing fish oil, cotton seed oil, rice oil, peanut oil, brazillian nuts oil, palm oil and acai oil.

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