Zuken to Acquire Vitech Corporation


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Zuken has inked an agreement to purchase Vitech Corporation for an undisclosed amount. Vitech is a global solutions company based in Blacksburg, Virginia, specializing in systems engineering, with products and services directed at the model-based systems engineering (MBSE) market.

As product complexity continues to increase, companies are adopting MBSE tools and processes to better define product requirements, structure and behavior. Vitech Corporation’s GENESYS product is an MBSE software tool that incorporates the key components of building a complex system involving people, processes, data, and documentation. Companies in the aerospace, transportation and military segments rely on Vitech to enhance their system engineering processes and outcomes.

Zuken is a global provider of electrical and electronic design, and data management solutions to a range of industries that includes automotive, transportation, aerospace and consumer electronics. Zuken’s global brands include CR-8000, a native 3D multi-board / IC packaging design platform; and E3.series, an industry-leading wire harness design solution. The acquisition of Vitech will complement and expand Zuken’s advanced design technologies portfolio with a systems engineering solutions offering.

For more information, see www.zuken.com and www.vitechcorp.com.

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