Moldflow Announces M-Vote - an Innovative Program to Rapidly Respond to Customer Enhancement Requests; Online voting will help drive new product development.
WAYLAND, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 9, 2003
Moldflow Corporation (NASDAQ: MFLO), the world leader in software solutions for optimizing the design and manufacture of plastic products, today announced M-Vote, an innovative on-line voting program for capturing and reaching a consensus on customer-driven enhancement requests. Open to all Moldflow Plastics Insight(TM) (MPI(TM)) users on active maintenance, M-Vote builds on the overwhelming success of recent collaborative voting conducted at Moldflow user group conferences. M-Vote extends Moldflow's ability to rapidly implement customer-driven enhancement requests by allowing users to submit new issues, collaborate and reach a consensus in a real time manner.
Peter Foss, president of the Moldflow User Group Advisory Board, says, "I am particularly pleased with the initiative Moldflow is taking to further involve customers in the product development process. I know that Moldflow takes user feedback very seriously and strives to develop products to meet, and many times, exceed customer expectations."
Ken Welch, Moldflow's executive vice president of marketing and field services, noted, "To be successful in today's dynamic economy, companies must listen closely and react quickly to the needs of their customers. M-Vote enables us to accomplish this by allowing our customers to present a shared vision which directly drives Moldflow's product development."
About Moldflow Corporation
Moldflow (NASDAQ: MFLO) is the world's leading provider of software products and services that increase the speed, efficiency, quality and drive down the cost of the design and manufacture of injection molded plastic products. Companies use Moldflow's complete suite of products to address plastic part design issues at the earliest possible stage as well as to maximize productivity and profitability on the manufacturing floor. Its collaboration with academia, industry, and customers around the world has led to a reputation for constant innovation in the complete design-to-manufacture process. Headquartered in Wayland, Massachusetts, Moldflow has offices and research and development centers in the United States, Europe, Australia, and Asia. For more information, visit www.moldflow.com or call 508-358-5848; fax: 508-358-5868.
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