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Delcam Shareholders Vote to Accept Autodesk Offer

January 17, 2014
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UNITED KINGDOM — Shareholders in Delcam, a supplier of advanced software for manufacturing industry, voted to accept the offer made by Autodesk to acquire the company.  The acquisition is expected to be completed during February.

Headquartered in Birmingham, UK, Delcamhas more than 30 offices worldwide and over 700 employees.  The company’s range of design, manufacturing and inspection software provides automated CADCAM solutions for a variety of industries, ranging from automotive and aerospace to footwear and healthcare.

Delcam will become a subsidiary of Autodesk.  It will maintain its focus on accelerating the growth of its market share in the manufacturing sector.

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