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October 6, 2022

Collimator named G2 High Performer

Collimator named Fall 2022 G2 High Performer

San Francisco - (BUSINESS WIRE) – Collimator, a modeling and simulation platform for engineers to design and test complex, mission critical systems, has been named as a High Performer on G2’s Grid Report for Simulation & CAE Fall 2022 report - a definitive list for the top rated solutions in the industry as chosen by “the source that matters most: customers.” 

High performers are defined as products that have high customer Satisfaction scores and low Market Presence compared to the rest of the category. In its first year of sales, Collimator has amassed an NPS score of 100% and the top spot for ‘Likelihood to Recommend’ among 175 Simulation & CAE products. In addition, it is ranked # 6 overall. 

“We are honored to be included on the G2 list of High Performers beating decades old products such as Simulink and ANSYS in user satisfaction,” said Kevin Omwega, VP at Collimator. “Collimator is reinventing how engineers work. We allow engineers to design hardware products using big data, artificial intelligence, high performance computing, intuitive GUIs and we’re making it incredibly easy to collaborate.”

“Our vision is to give engineers the power to design modern systems, without the engineering overhead that distracts them from their mission. We have made significant investments in R&D and being recognized by our customers is clear validation of the hard work the team has put in over the past few years to ensure we’ve built a truly delightful product.” Kevin continued. 

“Today, we have several engineers and companies in the automotive, aerospace, consumer electronics and Industrial IoT sectors that trust us enough to design their next gen products. These are 0 to 1 and truly revolutionary products that have the potential to change the trajectory of humanity. And we're just getting started!”

About Collimator

Collimator is an engineering tool for data-driven modeling and simulation of dynamic systems. Collimator provides a unified environment to design, simulate, test, and continuously upgrade dynamical systems in a world where vast amounts of data and artificial intelligence informs engineering design. 

Reduce your risk and bring products to market faster by using Collimator to: 

  • Design your system in a graphical UI or Python notebook
  • Embed neural networks directly in your system
  • Integrate with 3rd party tools to get a system-level view of performance
  • Run millions of test cases using HPC
  • Auto-generate C code for your embedded systems
  • Compare real-world operation with virtual operations in real time, continuously

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About G2

G2 is the largest and most trusted software marketplace. More than 60 million people annually—including employees at all Fortune 500 companies—use G2 to make smarter software decisions based on authentic peer reviews. 

Grid® rating methodology

The Grid® represents the democratic voice of real software users, rather than the subjective opinion of one analyst. Products shown on the Grid® for Simulation & CAE have received a minimum of 10 reviews/ratings. Products are ranked by customer satisfaction (based on user reviews) and market presence (based on market share, seller size, and social impact)

The Satisfaction rating is affected by the following (in order of importance):

  • Customer satisfaction with end user-focused product attributes
  • Popularity and statistical significance
  • Quality of reviews received
  • Age of reviews
  • Customers' satisfaction with administration-specific product attributes
  • Overall customer satisfaction and Net Promoter Score® (NPS)

The Market Presence score is affected by the following (in order of importance):

  • Number of Employees
  • Reviews
  • Web Presence   
  • Social Presence   
  • Growth
  • Seller Age       
  • Employee Satisfaction and Engagement

For more information on the research methodology, additional insights, and to view the results, visit G2.

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