Authentise Forms Strategic Partnership with Zinnov to Help Global Transition into 3D Printing Technology
It’s been a few months since we’ve last heard from Authentise, the Mountain View, California-based company focused on developing security measures and big data applications to help a wide range of companies integrate 3D printing technology. Last year was chock-full of new partnerships and software developments that helped to expand additive manufacturing capabilities of a number of companies across the world. An alliance with 3dfilemarket enabled Authentise to provide more quality copyright protection to platform users and 3D designers. The 3D licensing platform had also developed 3DIAX, a platform offering secure online 3D business tools and safe storage facilities to companies looking to integrate 3D printing technology and digital manufacturing into their business.
Now, Authentise looks poised to continue their expansion through the globe, announcing a partnership with the Bangalore, India-headquartered Zinnov, an international management consultant firm that specializes in assisting business clients with globalizing their operations through solutions involving cutting-edge technologies. The firm provides strategic business solutions to a wide-range of professional services and manufacturers throughout the US, Europe, India, and Japan, serving clients dealing in software, automotive, consumer electronics, and many more industries.
“We’re excited to be working with Zinnov to help spread understanding of the additive manufacturing technology and its implications. The partnership is the fastest way to help large organizations adopt 3D printing at the core of their companies. This collaboration will have an impact on the industry for years to come,” said Andre Wegner, the CEO and founder of Authentise.
With this new strategic partnership, Zinnov will offer Authentise’s expertise and services through their established international business channels. The deal will essentially help participating companies to integrate adequate digital manufacturing and 3D printing techniques into their business through trainings, strategic support, and thought leadership. Together, Zinnov and Authentise will help global companies successfully transition into the inevitable digital manufacturing techniques, including 3D printing, IoT, and software automation.
The partnership follows suit with Zinnov’s recently developed Enterprise Digital Transformation strategy, which aims to provide customers with cutting-edge technologies and solutions for various manufacturing purposes. For Authentise, the strategic partnership looks to expand the already established success that the company has had in integrating 3D printing and digital manufacturing for renowned companies around the world. Having already developed 3D printing strategies for companies such as Lowe’s and Wipro, Authentise now looks to utilize Zinnov’s vast client channels to continue expanding and providing their industry-leading strategic support for additive manufacturing.
“We are extremely pleased and excited to work with Andre and Authentise,” noted Zinnov’s President, Ayan Mukerji. “This in line with Zinnov’s Enterprise Digital Transformation strategy to providing our customers cutting-edge technologies and solutions in the ever changing and ever connected world of manufacturing.”
Authentise was founded by Wegner at the Singularity University back in 2012, and is currently headquartered at the NASA Ames campus in Mountain View, California. After developing a great number of partnerships and platforms last year, Authentise looks to continue integrating 3D printing technology into organizations around the globe, as well as providing process automation software to companies and manufacturers that are planning to move their additive manufacturing capabilities from the lab to production levels. With this strategic partnership with the internationally established Zinnov, you can soon expect that a growing number of various global entities will continue implementing 3D printing technology and other digital manufacturing techniques into their production processes. Discuss further in the Zinnov & Authentise Partner to Further 3D Printing forum over at 3DPB.com.
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