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|NDT.net Issue - 2017-12 - NEWS |
Québec, Canada, November 29, 2017—As a world leader in advanced nondestructive
testing solutions, Eddyf Technologies is pleased to announce the
signature of an official, long-term agreement with Heat Transfer Consultants Inc.
(HTC, also known as Inspection Software Systems (ISS)) for the exclusive
distribution of TubePro and a series of advanced NDT reporting software.
Ten years ago, HTC created the best reporting software for heat exchanger tubing inspection. Since then, TubePro dominates the market, allowing efficient reporting for thousands of jobs worldwide. Simultaneously, Eddyf Technologies took the market by storm with the Ectane® test instrument, which has become the standard in the industry. Because of this, HTC and Eddyf Technologies decided to join forces and take the next step in terms of reporting software.
“NDT professionals and decision makers involved in asset management need better reports and they need them faster. This is exactly where we are going. Instead of having Eddyf and HTC follow independent development tracks, we will harmonize and coordinate our efforts. This unique business relationship and intimacy will allow Eddyf and HTC to share data structures and align roadmaps to continuously deliver next-generation reporting tools for the industry,” said Louis Beaulieu-Charbonneau, marketing and products VP at Eddyf Technologies.
TubePro 5 brings a ton of key features to improve productivity such as picturebased ultrafast tubesheet mapping, and it comes standard with 3D modeling and visualization tools. Many more capabilities will be implemented on a regular basis, including compatibility with innovative tubing probes and array data formats, through systematic updates, and it will be better synchronized with the Magnif® software. Lars Meyer, co-owner and lead programmer at HTC said: “We have come to the end of what version 4.x of TubePro could deliver. It was a good software, but the new platform offers much more potential and we are glad to partner with Eddyf to market this software worldwide.” Eddyf Technologies and HTC will leverage their relationship to address the reporting needs people are having with a variety of NDT techniques.
“Eddyf Technologies now possesses a broad portfolio of advanced NDT systems. It is inevitable that we will seek to create, with HTC, the most brilliant reporting software for those and for others that we will acquire in the future,” concluded Louis.
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