Bentley Systems and ACE Enterprise Ready to Work Together
Bentley Systems, a leading software development company recently acquired ACE enterprise Slovakia, the inventor of a revolutionary tool called ACE Enterprise Platform. ACE Enterprise and Bentley Systems has been technology partner for years and Bentley Systems use the ACE Enterprise Platform for the Bentley AssetWise connector that is certified for both SAP ERP and SAP HANA.
Bentley Systems have used the ACE platform to overcome IT interoperability challenges. The founder of ACE enterprise is pleased to work side-by-side with Bentley Systems and is ready to enable Bentley Systems’ digital twin cloud services to synchronize with infrastructure assets enterprise OT, IT, and ET data sources. Now as colleagues, they are ready to expand the scope and breadth of information that can be accessed through AssetWise and digitally regulated within infrastructure digital twins.
As the driving force of Bentley Systems, CEO, Greg Bentley leverages his rich business experience of over two decades to lead the company in the right direction. With a passionate team of experts, Bentley is largely responsible for taking the company to new heights. Under his leadership, today the company has a wide array of products and solutions for professional needs around creating and managing infrastructure, including roadways, industrial and power plants as well as utility networks. The software development giant is constantly endeavoring to expand its footprint in the infrastructure realm by introducing new solutions and acquisitions. Bentley Systems’ commitment to the user community is impeccable. The company pairs products with exceptional service and support. On the other hand, ACE enterprise works with oil mining and diamond mining companies, electricity distribution leaders, optimizes patient care at big state-owned hospital. The award-winning ACE Enterprise Platform is an ideal complement to many tech giants as they use it as a tool to connect their services to other markets. This tool is even used to fill the missing parts of their solutions. The collaboration between these two giants will be beneficial for both of them as well as the community.
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