Dreaming big and making those dreams a reality is a huge undertaking for early-stage startup organizations. We understand. And we’re committed to helping you solve your engineering challenges with affordable software, making the impossible possible.
GROW YOUR BUSINESS WITH ANSYS
We created the Ansys Startup program for early-stage startup with limited funding and resources. We provide full access to Multiphysics simulation software plus high-performance computing so you can tackle your engineering projects quickly and cost-effectively.
More than 1,500 startups from 52 countries chose Ansys, spanning the autonomous, high-tech, energy, aerospace, automotive, 5G, and healthcare industries, which will allow you to
Faced with limited funding and revenue, many startups must build and test physical prototypes to verify product performance, requiring considerable financial and human resources. The physical prototyping process is also time-consuming, increasing barriers to winning the race to market against potential competitors.
The Ansys Startup Program equips the startup ecosystem with access to our broad portfolio of bundled and affordably priced simulation solutions to help early-stage startups grow their businesses while significantly reducing physical prototype tests. In addition to product support, startup businesses can access Ansys Learning Hub, classroom, virtual and self-paced programs designed to improve their technical knowledge.
Eligible startups get access to technical support, the opportunity to engage in mutually beneficial marketing opportunities, and the following product bundles spanning many areas of physics:
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Ansys is committed to startups; We do our best to work with you to find a solution that fits your specific situation and needs. For participation in the program, your startup should:
Simulation helps startups change our world, from solving environmental issues to reimagining healthcare to traveling to other planets. When startups are powered by Ansys, they solve the unsolvable.