New subsidiaries in the Netherlands and India
Move into the new building in Hanover with more than twice as much space
Record turnover of the previous year topped by over 10%
Turnover more than doubled in the past 10 years
Establishment of a subsidiary in Norway
Agile engineering as the new benchmark for the sustainability of engineering systems
The cooperative platform Engineering Base for the first time combines all core disciplines of plant engineering in one versatile data model.
Formation of our subsidiary in South Korea
AUCOTEC celebrates its 30th anniversary
Next Subsidiary: Our swedish partner becomes „AUCOTEC Sweden“
Formation of our subsidiary in Poland
Formation of our business location in Munich
All AUCOTEC products are ready for the switchover to EB, which is possible at any time. All maintenance customers are offered the switchover free of charge; licences for ELCAD, RUPLAN and AUCOPLAN remain valid.
Acquisition of RACOS GmbH, Constance, with all of its employees; Constance becomes AUCOTEC's third development centre in Germany. (There are international subsidiaries in Austria, Italy, the UK and the USA, starting 2008 also in China.)
Easylectric is renamed Engineering Base (EB); the additional alphanumeric processing is clearly superior to the purely graphical orientation that was common up until then.
Transformation of AUCOTEC GmbH into the unlisted AUCOTEC AG
A new, database-driven and object-oriented tool with the working title "Easylectric" is used to gain initial experience in the UK test market.
Transfer of all RUPLAN activities and the development team of Debis SSP GmbH into a proprietary AUCOTEC subsidiary in Frankfurt
AUCOPLAN, AUCOTEC's new CAD tool for process control technology, combines for the first time a graphical system with a tabular work process.
AUCOTEC is the first E-CAD company to switch over to MS Windows. This makes additional graphics tablets and their drivers as well as extra drivers for printers and graphics cards superfluous. The memory limit of 640 KB is eliminated.
First PC version of ELCAD, programming for MS-DOS, designed for a maximum memory capacity of 640 KB, keyboard-oriented; start of ELCAD programming for Unix with a Motif user interface
Founding of "Automatisierungs- und Computertechnik AUCOTEC GmbH"; its first product: ELCAD, developed for the planning of electrical engineering components in machines and systems. Programming based on HP Basic