Aveva acquires IDO software from iDesignoffice
Aveva has acquired iDesignoffice, a technology company based in Melbourne, Australia, bringing IDO software to its portfolio.
Instrumentation Design Office (IDO) is a suite of integrated applications for creating and maintaining instrumentation engineering data for process plants.
IDO will be renamed Aveva Instrumentation and will be available as a stand-alone product or as part of an integrated suite with other Aveva products.
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