2020 turned out to be a year of tremendous industry transformation, forcing the company to adapt to a new reality. Despite the global turmoil caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, AMC Bridge embraced the change and continued providing a high standard of service while also accomplishing its key objectives in all strategic directions.
The acknowledgment of the company's services and organic growth is showcased in several international rankings and listings.
As a result of fast and steady annual revenue growth and commitment to excellence and continuous improvement, AMC Bridge was included in the Financial Times' ranking and, for the fifth consecutive year, featured on the annual Inc. 5000 list. Also, the company was proud to be recognized as a rising star in three out of four categories—Top Customer References, Top Awards & Certifications, Top Programs for Innovation—on the Global Outsourcing 100® List.
Professionally serving the SolidWorks community for almost 20 years, AMC Bridge was named to Top 10 SolidWorks® Solution Providers—2020. Besides, the CADtoEarth™, CAD-to-AR™, and CAD-to-VR™ technology demonstrations have been certified for the Autodesk® Inventor® 2021 software, having met the standards for high-level quality, interoperability, and compatibility.
Doing right by the employees and clients is one of the core values at AMC Bridge. To preserve the existing team, avoid layoffs, find personalized and effective ways to support the clients, and keep the budget balanced, AMC Bridge has arrived at the adaptation strategy, which required a shift to the working from home (WFH) mode. The results of the customer satisfaction survey showed high company's productivity when WFH: specifically, 98% of the clients remarked that AMC Bridge worked as efficiently as from the office, and 100% of the respondents acknowledged sufficient communication with the AMC Bridge Account Managers on their projects.
Among other successful accomplishments of 2020, the company introduced a new format for the sixth D3D conference and held it online.
To expand business development activities in the UK and Europe, the company welcomed Andy Parnell-Hopkinson, Business Development Director, UK, and Europe, reporting to the President of AMC Bridge.
Actively collaborating with the robot, architectural, and printing industry representatives, AMC Bridge successfully implemented projects for a Japanese company, Hirata, and two US-based companies, TechSimple and Rize. The following case studies demonstrate the results of each project in detail:
- Advancing Robotics Simulation by AMC Bridge: Hirata Robot Simulator Case Study
- Pushing the Boundaries with a Forge-Based Solution: LotFits Case Study
- AMC Bridge Fosters Innovation in 3D Printing: Rize Connect Case Study
"Without doubt, 2020 has been a challenging year, but we made it productive," said Igor Tsinman, President of AMC Bridge. "Having developed an adaptive strategy, we've built a stable operational base for maintaining the highest level of service and long-term relationships with our clients. The acknowledgments of 2020 validate our commitment to excellence, which, I believe, will bring us more opportunities in the upcoming year."
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About AMC Bridge
AMC Bridge is a vendor of choice for software development services in the areas of computer-aided design, engineering, manufacturing, and construction. Since 1999, we have been delivering solutions for CAD, CAE, CAM, PDM, BIM, and PLM applications. For more than 20 years, we have participated in the development of commercial software products and custom solutions for the engineering markets based on a variety of platforms, from desktop and web to mobile and cloud.