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SIMSOFT INDUSTRY is a software editor, European leader in Intelligent Voice Assistant, dedicated to the technicians of the industry 4.0

SIMSOFT INDUSTRY is a Young Innovative Company (JEI), AI player in France, which designs and develops Smart Voice Assistants for the industry 4.0. SIMSOFT INDUSTRY puts men and women at the heart of industrial production of tomorrow.

The Smart Voice Assistants from SIMSOFT INDUSTRY specialize in voice guidance of operators, and in the structuring of their Returns of experience. They rely on the expertise of SIMSOFT INDUSTRY related to the ’introduction of breaking innovation in an industrial context, capitalization and transmission of know-how, and on the experience feedback of many technicians from the industry, utilisés au poste de travail.

Since its inception in March 2013, SIMSOFT INDUSTRY leads a significant effort of R&D to develop operational solutions and provide businesses with tools tailored to the technicians of the industrial production : fabrication, assembly, maintenance, and operating. Industrial partners oriented the developments to help us meet the needs of technicians and operators. SIMSOFT INDUSTRY conducts its development with a double approach technological and ergonomic, the introduction of social sciences and ergonomics early in the specification of industrial needs makes all the difference.

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In March 2013, Leny TURMEL (DDirector), André Joly (DManager) and Philippe Crespin (President) create the SIMSOFT INDUSTRY software company to develop a Smart Voice Assistant for the industry, 100% dedicated to the technicians 4.0. This wizard called SPIX, it finds its operational application for industry operators in the VOGOF system, and in voice guidance functions integrated into business applications eXtend.

A team of software development experts, natural language dialog experts, ergonomics, design and project management helps fulfill the original idea and transform the test (we are from Toulouse !) into a real service provided to technicians in industry in Europe.