Paris, 6 June, 2024

Graitec, an international developer of IP software for BIM modeling, Fabrication and Design for AEC, and Autodesk® Platinum Partner across Europe, Canada and in the USA for AEC and MFG sectors has has announced the acquisition of PRODWARE INNOVATION DESIGN.

PRODWARE INNOVATION DESIGN is a well-known AUTODESK partner in France specializing in digital transformation, 3D digital twins’ expertise, virtual and augmented reality, AI and Metaverse latest innovation.

This acquisition marks an important milestone in GRAITEC’s growth strategy, positioning it as an undisputed leader in BIM in France and further consolidating its international leadership in the Autodesk ecosystem for architects and engineers (AEC & MFG). This is the 24th transaction advised by DDA & Company for Graitec.

Through this merger, PRODWARE INNOVATION DESIGN’s customers will have access to the most advanced solutions developed by GRAITEC to enhance the productivity of their use of Autodesk solutions, as well as to structural engineering software for which GRAITEC is the French leader. They will also benefit from GRAITEC’s technical expertise to facilitate the adoption and use of BIM by its clients.

Manuel Liedot, CEO of Graitec: “We are delighted to welcome PRODWARE INNOVATION DESIGN to the GRAITEC family.”

Vicky Davenport, Executive Vice President Graitec EMEA: “This acquisition enables us to further expand our BIM know-how, by combining it with strong expertise in virtual and augmented reality”. “It also reinforces our commitment to providing excellent service to all our clients, by supporting them in their digital transformation.”

Jean-Michel Bezard, leader PRODWARE INNOVATION DESIGN leader: “We recognize the talent and expertise of GRAITEC, particularly through its software publishing know-how. Together, we will continue to serve our clients with the same level of dedication and professionalism they are accustomed to.”

Alexandre Odin, Partner at DDA & Company: We are delighted to have supported this highly synergistic transaction