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TMCNet:  SoftInWay to exhibit @ Power-Gen 2012, Booth #4348 and showcase latest Designing ORC / Critical CO2 Cycle and retrofitting older Steam & Gas Turbine Strategies

[December 06, 2012]

SoftInWay to exhibit @ Power-Gen 2012, Booth #4348 and showcase latest Designing ORC / Critical CO2 Cycle and retrofitting older Steam & Gas Turbine Strategies

(ENP Newswire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ENP Newswire - 06 December 2012 Release date- 05122012 - Burlington, MA - SoftInWay Inc. has announced that the SoftInWay team will be located in booth 4348 and presenting the latest advancements in their Industry leading Turbomachinery Software Suite: AxSTREAM - the market leading tool for the rapid design, analysis and optimization of Turbomachinery.


Rated #1 in customer support for the last 3 years in a row, SoftInWay's engineers offer 24/365 support to their clients! In addition to demoing the AxSTREAM Software Suite, the team will share their experiences with recent and complicated ORC / Super Critical CO2 Cycle designs and demonstrate strategies for leveraging their advanced software tools, training and engineering consulting services for their customers to beat the competition.

SoftInWay will also share the recently published training program schedule for the first half of 2013. Attendees will be able to pick up a paper copy, or they can visit SoftInWay's website: www.softinway.com/EDU For turbomachinery professionals that will not have time to attend Power-Gen 2012, SoftInWay will host a webinar which will take place at the beginning of January 2013 and will recap recent updates in software, complex new consulting areas ( such as ORC Turbines and Critical CO2 Cycle designs), etc. For more information and webinar registration, visit : www.softinway.com/webinar 'Have you developed or bought software, invested a lot of money into training your team, hired consultants and yet you are still stuck Are you tired of hearing: 'Maybe next year we will develop this feature', 'check the help files', or worse: 'I don't know how to improve that efficiency' We are not a marketing or sales company; we are a company of Turbomachinery Engineers, so solving complex design problems for our clients is our Obsession. We welcome you to come and talk to us - let's discuss what we can do together!' said Tim Brown, Vice President, Business Development - SoftInWay Inc.

About SoftInWay Inc.

SoftInWay Inc. is a global engineering company specializing in developing efficient turbomachinery by offering their flagship software, AxSTREAM for flow path design, redesign, analysis, and optimization as well as consulting services and educational courses.

Website: www.softinway.com.

Contact person: Valentine L. Moroz SoftInWay Direct: +41 78 868 6440 Email:Valentine.Moroz@softinway.com [Editorial queries for this story should be sent to newswire@enpublishing.co.uk] ((Comments on this story may be sent to info@enpublishing.co.uk)) (c) 2012 Electronic News Publishing -

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