AGR improve engineering processes tenfold with new technology
AGR Engineers are delighted with performance improvements that
software specialist Codify recently implemented. Earlier this year
Codify suggested running a proof of concept on their P1 software to
illustrate the benefits of "High Performance Computing (HPC)"
technology. Following a successful proof of concept, Codify was
commissioned to apply the new technology to P1 resulting in a
tenfold improvement in processing times.
Codify's Operations Director, Graeme Humphrey, explains: "The
successful project we carried out for AGR stemmed from our research
into Microsoft Compute Cluster Server - part of Microsoft's HPC
technology offering. We immediately realised that this technology
would be of huge benefit to the P1 product and presented the case
for a proof of concept to AGR."
He continues "Here at Codify, we go beyond providing software or
support. When we make a discovery, design or enhance new software
our thoughts turn to how this could be applied to past, present and
future client requirements."
Such was the case with AGR. The proof of concept was so
successful that Codify was commissioned to modify P1 to make use of
the new technology.
Keith Wildridge of AGR said: "Codify have continued to impress
us. For this project they approached us with the new technology and
drove the project from concept through to completion. This attitude
has benefited everyone since the improvements to our software will
provide enormous time savings for both our own and our clients'