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Hawk Ridge Systems Wins Top Worldwide Honors at SolidWorks World

Hawk Ridge Systems has been named the #1 Worldwide SolidWorks Reseller for the 4th year at SolidWorks World, the largest industry conference of engineering and design professionals in the world in San Diego. In addition to the Top Worldwide SolidWorks Reseller award, Hawk Ridge Systems was named as the #1 Worldwide Multi-Product SolidWorks Reseller, and the Top SolidWorks Reseller in North America for SolidWorks 3D CAD, SolidWorks Composer and SolidWorks Electrical.

As a leading provider of engineering design solutions and services, Hawk Ridge Systems supports over 25,500 SolidWorks users in Canada and the United States. With a relentless focus on providing product realization solutions to help customers achieve optimal business results, Hawk Ridge Systems has consistently been recognized for its leadership by Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks. With an ever-expanding portfolio of design and manufacturing solutions, Hawk Ridge Systems offers 3D CAD, design analysis, product data management, technical communications, 2D and 3D electrical schematic software, CAM software and 3D printers.

As Dale Ford, President and CEO of Hawk Ridge Systems says, “We have a passion for design and a commitment to our customers to bring innovation and excellence to help them exceed their business goals. Although the #1 Worldwide SolidWorks Award for the fourth year is truly humbling and exciting, the real measurement of success comes through the breakthrough designs of our customers. When we have customers who create brilliant designs which change the way business is done, then we know that we have achieved resounding success. We are continually expanding our solutions and services portfolio in order to meet the growing demand from our customers.”

“Hawk Ridge Systems is dedicated to bringing game-changing engineering design solutions to our SolidWorks users,” says Ken Clayton, Vice President of Worldwide Sales, SolidWorks, Dassault Systèmes. “With their world-class team of professionals, Hawk Ridge Systems is recognized as a global leader in the SolidWorks community and is continually bringing innovation and invention to the forefront of our customers’ experience.”

About Hawk Ridge Systems

Hawk Ridge Systems is a global provider of engineering design solutions that radically improve the way our customers design, develop and manage their product life cycle. Recognized as the #1 Worldwide SolidWorks Reseller for the 4th year, Hawk Ridge Systems has over 25,500 SolidWorks customers in the United States and Canada. Hawk Ridge Systems provides software, services, support and training for 3D CAD, design analysis, product data management, technical communications, 2D and 3D electrical schematics, CAM, and 3D printers. Founded in 1996, Hawk Ridge Systems has 16 offices and state-of-the-art training centers in California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. For more information, please visit www.hawkridgesys.com or call 877.266.4469 in the United States and 866.587.6803 in Canada.

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