Stratasys and Creaform enter joint marketing partnership
Stratasys and Creaform resellers in North America will promote and sell each party’s components to the end user.
May 31, 2015 by Canadian Plastics
3D printing provider Stratasys Ltd. has announced a joint marketing partnership in North America with Canada-based portable 3D scanning and measuring equipment maker Creaform.
The partnership is intended to streamline the 3D printing process across various industries and applications, the companies said in a statement.
“3D printing and 3D scanning go hand-in-hand. By partnering with Creaform, Stratasys is able to offer its customers access to a new source of 3D printable content,” said Bruce Bradshaw, vice president of marketing, Stratasys, North America. “This is expected to enhance existing solutions and open up new applications in a wide range of industries.”
Jointly authorized, Stratasys and Creaform resellers in North America will promote and sell each party’s components to the end user, the companies said. Under the terms of the agreement, both companies have agreed to invest in joint go-to-market capabilities including marketing and joint channel recruitment.
Stratasys is headquartered in Minnesota. Creaform is a privately owned Canadian company, headquartered in Lévis, Que.