BLACKSBURG, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Vitech Corporation is now offering free access to its new 19-page whitepaper entitled 9 Laws of Effective Systems Engineering, authored by Zane Scott, Vitech’s vice president of professional services and author of the recently released book, A Primer for Model-Based Systems Engineering. A leading global systems engineering solutions firm, Vitech is making the whitepaper available to systems engineers, project designers and managers, engineering students, or anyone interested in learning more about model-based systems engineering.
David Long, Vitech’s president, said, “Businesses cannot afford to develop products that won’t meet customers’ needs or implement processes that cannot ‘plug into’ their enterprise frameworks. Without a systems perspective, design solutions can go seriously awry. Unfortunately, too often systems engineering has become a creator and keeper of documentation rather than the truly value-added role it should fill. We created this whitepaper as a reminder of nine foundational truths to help meet the need for overall efficient and effective solution design.”
9 Laws of Effective Systems Engineering provides the reader, in detail, an executive summary, Vitech’s '9 Laws,' 7 supporting graphics, and the author’s biography.
Also available from the Vitech Corporation website is a free, supportive, on-demand webinar entitled the 9 Laws of Systems Engineering.
About Vitech Corporation
In business since 1992, Vitech provides systems engineering solutions including software, services, training and support for global customers with diverse applications. Headquartered in Blacksburg, Virginia, the company has satellite offices across the U.S., and global business partners in Europe, Australia, Israel, Korea and South Africa.
Vitech Corporation is best-known for their software solutions, including their CORE® and GENESYS™ product lines, which integrate requirements management, system architecture, and model simulation to bring clarity to complex designs.
Vitech maintains industry affiliations with the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE), the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), the Roanoke Blacksburg Technology Council (RBTC), and the Systems Engineering Society of Australia (SESA).