Houston, Texas, Sep 22, 2017 – Rishabh Engineering Services (RES), a US-based multi-discipline engineering services company announced today its plans to attend participation at the upcoming HxGN Local CAUx North America 2017 on Tuesday, September 26, 2017 in Houston.
HxGN Local CAUx is an engineering-oriented event focused on technical knowledge, attracting attendees from all over the world, and providing a mix of informative lectures, end-user interaction, and constructive social activities. Arpit Gupta, Manager – Business Development, will represent the company during this event to share RES’s engineering capabilities & insights.
The CAUx user conference is a sought-after conference as it offers learners and existing of CADWorx, CAESAR II, PV Elite and GT STRUDL high-level training courses. These courses are conducted by industry-leading experts and are aimed to help industry leaders improve their plant designing and engineering skills and provide better solutions, be more flexible, productive and competitive. The full- day conference will be hosted in Houston, Texas on September 26, 2017.
Rishabh Engineering Services (RES) is a regular attendee of this and various other industry conferences and events. Our team has expertise in CADWorx & Analysis Solutions for delivering accurate engineering models & deliverables for upstream and downstream Oil & Gas and Energy sector projects. We have achieved our aim to improve efficiency and deliver accurate designs to EPC customers using Hexagon PPM Solutions.
Join us at the event, we look forward to participating and interacting with our industry peers and clients.
Some Of The Highlights Of This Event:
- More information on Hexagon PPM’s product strategy
- Powerful, advanced technical training
- Product-specific tracks
- Meet and interact with product developers
- Networking with industry peers
HxGN Local CAUx North America 2017 Features:
- 4 CADWorx classes
- 4 CAESAR II classes (with professional development hours available for each class)
- 4 PV Elite classes (with professional development hours available• for each class)
- 4 GT STRUDL classes (with professional development hours available for each class)
For more information about the conference, visit – http://coade.typepad.com/coadeinsider/2017/08/save-big-on-caux-with-early-bird-savings.html
For more information on CADWorx, visit – http://hexagonppm.com/products/3d-product-family/cadworx
For information about analysis products, visit – http://hexagonppm.com/products/analysis-product-family
About CADWorx & Analysis Solutions
CADWorx & Analysis Solutions is part of Hexagon PPM. It develops and supports the following products: CADWorx®, for plant design; CAESAR II®, for pipe stress analysis; PV Elite®, for pressure vessel analysis; and GT STRUDL®, for structural analysis.
Hexagon PPM is the world’s leading provider of enterprise engineering software enabling smarter design and operation of plants, ships, and offshore facilities. Hexagon PPM is part of Hexagon (Nasdaq Stockholm: HEXA B; http://www.hexagon.com), a leading global provider of information technology solutions that drive productivity and quality across geospatial and industrial landscapes.
About Rishabh Engineering (www.rishabheng.com):
Rishabh Engineering Services, a division of Rishabh Software, is a multi-discipline engineering services company established in 2006. We offer high-quality engineering support solutions to EPC leaders operating in Oil & Gas, Petrochemicals, Power, Fertilizers and Water/ Wastewater industries in the global market.
As a part of our services portfolio, Rishabh Engineering Services offers multi-disciplinary engineering support services including engineering and stress analysis, design and detailing, 3D modeling, As-built Documentation, design validity checks, model and drawing conversion.
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