Vision Engine 7 leads firm to anticipate doubling of previous year's turnover

Trinigy expects record year

German middleware developer Trinigy is celebrating a successful 2008, having experienced a ‘significant increase’ in licence deals globally.

Despite the economic gloom, the company – which it proudly claims has made profit ever since its foundation in 2003 – has benefited from the release of version 7 of its Vision Engine, and expects yet another dramatic increase in signed licence deals next year as it increases international operations through its US office and releases new console versions.

"We are delighted to sum up another fantastic year with our customers and partners”, said Dag Frommhold, managing partner at Trinigy.

“The results encourage us to continue on our successful path and to keep giving our best for all our licensees. At this point, we would like to express our sincere thanks to all our customers and partners for another year of wonderful and successful collaboration.”

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