Sales double in 2010 as rival engine firms slide

Trinigy revenues rocket to all-time high

Vision Engine vendor Trinigy has reported record-breaking revenues across 2010 – selling more than twice as much it did last year.

The firm said its global approach has proved key to that success, with offices operational in Germany, Korea and the US.

But its announcement appears to have been timed for maximum effect. Last week two engine vendors – Emergent and InstantAction – put their tech up for sale.

“There have been a lot of changes in the industry as of late,” said Trinigy general manager Felix Roeken.

“Through it all, we have remained not only profitable, but steadfast in providing the very best multi-platform technology and the very best support, as well as a business model that makes sense for developers at almost every level,” he added.

“We are grateful for our success and look forward to continued growth as the industry evolves.”

Trinigy now has over 150 licensees of its Vision Engine, and hopes new arrival Vision Engine 8 can capture a bigger slice of the market.

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