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Theorem Solutions Partners with Intrinsys

February 18, 2016

Joint Press Release

Tamworth & Milton Keynes, England

Intrinsys, one of Europe’s largest Dassault Systèmes partners, has signed a partner agreement with Theorem Solutions to market Publish 3D and other Theorem products across the UK and South Africa. Intrinsys is in a unique position, combining the provision of PLM solutions with a thriving engineering business, delivering mission critical projects to world-class companies in the Automotive, Aerospace, F1, Marine, Oil & Gas and Industrial Equipment sectors.

In recent years Intrinsys has undertaken significant growth, and this partnership with Theorem Solutions represents an important opportunity for Intrinsys to offer Theorem’s best-in-class products and services to its CATIA V5 and 3DEXPERIENCE (V6) user base.

This latest collaboration will see Intrinsys promoting Theorem’s products, with a focus on their Publish 3D product suite, which offers a 3D PDF publishing solution for CATIA V5 and 3DEXPERIENCE (V6) customers. This will enable end-users to publish CATIA V5 and 3DEXPERIENCE (V6) data into PDF documents so enabling downstream processes by creating product documentation containing rich 3D content as well as traditional 2D content.


“We are delighted to have this agreement in place. We had previously worked with Applied for a long time, and when Intrinsys purchased them in 2014 we were keen to build on our past relationship and forge a new one. Intrinsys’ vision for growth is perfectly in line with Theorem’s and I’m sure this business relationship will prove to be mutually beneficial” 

Neil Wharton, Business Development Manager
Theorem Solutions


”We are very pleased to announce the partner agreement with Theorem. The synergy between Intrinsys services and Theorem products led us to this strategic alliance, which will strengthen our solution offerings in multi-CAD data translation and migration.”

Ghassan Sultan, Operations Manager