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Eplan further expands customer base

20 December 2011

Eplan software, with more than 600 new additional innovative functions, allows for efficiency in the engineering processes

Eplan software ensures consistent project data across all disciplines and project phases that are fully integrated in the product engineering process.

Many of Eplan’s 25,000 customers have already taken the next decisive step towards consistent engineering by updating to the new Eplan Platform 2.1 software, which can now be downloaded from the support domain of the Eplan homepage for all software service customers.

Benefits include faster results in electrical, fluid and EI&C engineering with improved quality in machines and plant documentation.


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