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Eric Spiegel: Siemens to Connect Cincinnati Tech School Students with Manufacturing Software

Eric Spiegel - Siemens, ExecutiveMosaicSiemens has awarded a $66.8 million software grant to Cincinnati State Technical and Community College for access to the company’s product lifecycle management softwar

The college’s Center for Innovative Technologies will use the in-kind software donation for its mechanical engineering and industrial design programs, Siemens announced Wednesday.

“Manufacturing is the most sophisticated, forward-looking and innovative business function in the world today and we need to let students, parents and administrators know what these jobs look like and what students need to learn in order to get them,” said Eric Spiegel, Siemens president and CEO.

Nearly 500 business in Ohio use or rely on Siemens’ PLM and CAD software, according to Siemens.

 

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