Broadcast One

Tues, Dec 16

  • London: 10.00
  • Paris: 11.00
Broadcast Two

Tues, Dec 16

  • London: 17.00
  • Paris: 18.00
  • Los Angeles: 9.00
  • New York: 12.00

Extending the reach of your materials knowledge with GRANTA MI Version 8

Join our webinar on Tuesday, December 16 to find out about the latest version of Granta's flagship Materials Information Management Software.

Something remarkable is happening in engineering organizations. Materials information, once the domain of a few subject matter experts, is now being seen by more and more companies as a strategic, business-critical issue. Whether it’s about reducing corporate risk by controlling materials usage across the supply chain, designing for compliance and low cost, or simply becoming a center of excellence for emerging disciplines such as Additive Manufacturing, composites, or ICME, it has become impossible for today’s enterprises to ignore the value of materials information.

Granta has responded by creating GRANTA MI Version 8—a major new version of its leading materials information management software. GRANTA MI Version 8 adds new tools, features, and data that increase access to the materials knowledge stored in your corporate materials database, and that enable this knowledge to be applied by more people in your organization, across more locations, and in support of more initiatives.

Register now for this short webinar, where you will:

  • See demonstrations of GRANTA MI Version 8 in action
  • Learn how you can broaden the reach of your materials data through the groundbreaking MI:Explore interface
  • Find out how Version 8 supports global materials information management initiatives
  • Get a chance to put your questions to Granta experts

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About the presenter

Dan WilliamsDan Williams, Product Manager for GRANTA MI

Product Manager Dan Williams is responsible for ensuring that Granta Design's leading materials information software meets the needs of industry. A physics graduate from Oxford University, he has worked with dozens of engineering organizations in aerospace, automotive, oil and gas, and other industries to solve challenges related to materials information management and material selection.