Siemens Speeds Digital Future of Industry with Xcelerator

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Siemens announced Xcelerator – an integrated portfolio of software, services and application development platform that can be personalized and adapted to fit customer and industry-specific needs to help companies of all sizes become digital enterprises. Xcelerator combines the full portfolio of Siemens’ software for design, engineering, and manufacturing with an expanded Mendix low-code, multi-experience application development platform. The Mendix platform now includes cloud and app services for digital engineering and Internet of Things (IoT) powered by MindSphere® the cloud-based, open IoT operating system from Siemens, in addition to Mendix’s market-leading unified low-code and no-code development environments. Unique to Xcelerator, this platform drives digital transformation by enabling anyone in the ecosystem, including citizen developers and engineers, to easily build, integrate and extend their existing data and systems. The company also announced that Siemens PLM Software has become Siemens Digital Industries Software, a change intended to reflect the growth in the company’s ecosystem and portfolio of solutions, applications, tools and services that are driving digital transformation at organizations across the globe.

“Siemens has a long history of delivering innovation by blurring the boundaries between engineering and operational domains and bringing together the virtual and real worlds. Xcelerator continues that tradition, combining our full portfolio of software that spans from electronic design automation through product lifecycle management with the Mendix platform and MindSphere for IoT. Unique to Xcelerator is the ability to build personalized applications that can capture feedback and performance and feed those insights back into design and manufacturing — delivering on the promise of the Digital Enterprise across the discrete and process industries,” said Tony Hemmelgarn, CEO, Siemens Digital Industries Software. “I am also excited to be moving into the future as Siemens Digital Industries Software – a new identity that reflects our broad portfolio of digitalization software and services that are where design, engineering, and manufacturing meet tomorrow.”

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