Monday, 19 November 2012

SyntheSys Update Training Website

We would like to invite all our friends and customers, past, present and future, to visit the newly renovated training area of the SyntheSys website. As well as containing details of our 2013 training programme, you can enjoy a video (starring yours truly) which details our training capabilities, and highlights some of the simulation capability which we can utilise to bring your courses to life.  I trust that you will find this of interest, and would be very pleased to provide you with further information. Just get in touch with us using the usual methods. The updated site can be seen at

Thursday, 1 November 2012

IBM Proof of Technology Event - Warwick

SyntheSys are continually evolving and developing new capabilities to support our customers and clients in our typical Defence domain, but also increasingly other commercial sectors. The main focus of this is currently through our knowledge and experience with IBM Rational software and systems engineering solutions.

SyntheSys work closely with the IBM Rational specialists to provide and support Collaborative Application Lifecycle Management (CALM) capabilities to industries across several functional domains.

An innovative way of engaging with current and potential IBM Rational customers is through Proof of Technology (PoT) events. There are several of these arranged throughout the year at various IBM sites, and they offer the ability to come along and have a hands on workshop to explore the capabilities, with specialists on hand to support and answer queries. I believe that this is much more effective than sitting through Powerpoint!

SyntheSys are supporting the next one of these at IBM Warwick on the 21st November 2012, where the focus will be the Systems and Software Engineering tools, DOORS, Team Concert, Rhapsody and Quality Manager. Check out the agenda.

If you would like to see how Rational and SyntheSys can help optimise your systems or software engineering processes a registration link is here.

For further information or advice on any IBM Rational queries, please contact