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Desktop Engineering Magazine Readers Choose ACUITIV V4.O as 2004 Product of the Year

March 142005
MARCH 7, 2005 - Desktop Engineering (DE) magazine is pleased to announce the winner of its third annual Readers' Choice Product of the Year Award: ACUITIV v4.0 from ACUITIV Software (Batavia, IL; acuitiv.com). DE readers voted online from among a group of 12 products, each of which was a 2004 Readers' Choice monthly winner.

Readers were asked to vote on DE's website, deskeng.com; through an email blast, links from the homepage, and the magazine's e-newsletter, DE Newslink. Readers were also directed to the voting page via an ad in the magazine's February issue. Votes were cast from January 15th through February 16th.

The award was presented to ACUITIV Software at National Manufacturing Week at McCormick Place in Chicago, on Monday, March 7th.

ACUITIV's CFD visualization software was announced in the August 2004 issue of DE. ACUITIV v4.0 delivers a fully interactive, enterprise-class CFD visualization solution for the automotive, aerospace and defense, power, and chemical processing industries. ACUITIV 4.0 provides customers with a suite of interactive tools for transient model visualization, multi-PC visualization sessions, and steady-state model support. More details can be found at deskeng.com or on ACUITIV Software's website, acuitiv.com.

DE congratulates all of its 2004 Readers' Choice Award monthly winners: Saelig, Iiyama, Measurement Computing, EUROCOM, MathRevolt, Conceptual Product Development, ANSYS, ACUITIV Software, Omega, Design Science, and Alias. For more information about DE's monthly Readers' Choice awards, or to read about current and past winners, visit www.deskeng.com/Departments/Readers-Choice-Award.html.

Desktop Engineering is a monthly magazine distributed to 63,000 design engineers and engineering managers who use MCAD, data analysis, EDM/PDM/PLM, and data acquisition hardware and software in the manufacturing and process industries. Desktop Engineering is published by Helmers Publishing Inc. (HPI), which was established in 1979. The company also publishes Supply Chain Systems Magazine, the premier magazine covering the integration of data capture technologies across the supply chain and CSCO magazine, the publication that provides insight to supply chain executives. For more information on HPI's magazines, visit www.deskeng.com, www.cscomagazine.com and www.scs-mag.com.

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