Revenue and profit both fell last fall at Michigan’s biggest tech company, Compuware Corp. Net income in the third fiscal quarter ended Dec. 31 fell to $25 million or 11 cents a share from $25.3 million or 12 cents a share a year earlier. Revenue came in at $250.5 million, down from $257.9 million a year earlier.
Compuware Corp. (Nasdaq: CPWR) Monday announced enhancements to several of its software products, including enhanced links between its mainframe application performance measurement applications and its software development products.
Troy’s engineering and computer science software and services provider Altair Engineering Inc. said Tuesday it had reached an agreement to acquire EM Software & Systems S.A., a provider of electromagnetic technology software based in Cape Town, South Africa.
Altair announced the opening of two new offices, Altair Hellenic in Thessaloniki, Greece, and Altair Israel in Tel Aviv, Israel.
The Detroit software and IT services company Compuware Corp. (Nasdaq: CPWR) Thursday reported net income of $16.3 million or 7 cents a share in the second quarter of its fiscal year, which ended Sept. 30.
Truven Health Analytics has released Truven Health Action OI Practice Insights, software designed to help measure, benchmark and improve physician practice performance.
Software maker IDV Solutions Tuesday announced that is has expanded over the last quarter, prompting several new hires, internal promotions, and a new Orlando, Fla. office, which opened Aug. 1.
AIM Computer Solutions, a provider of specialized software for the auto supplier community, has received its approval for Honda North America’s EDI and Bar Code Software update testing for 2013.
The Altair Partner Alliance announced this morning the expansion of its noise, vibration and harshness capabilities with the addition of new partner Cambridge Collaborative Inc. Its software, SEAM, uses statistical energy analysis to evaluate the dynamic response of complex structures at mid and high frequencies.
The software and engineering services provider Altair Monday announced that its supercomputer workload management software, PBS Professional, has been selected to manage workload for the Cray XC30 supercomputer recently put into production by the Japan Advanced Institute for Science and Technology.