Eningen/Germany, August 9th 2007: Trinigy, middleware specialist and a leading company in the sector of 3D game engines, today announced the formation of its US office in Austin, TX. Trinigy, Inc. will serve as a Sales and Technical Support Center and will cater to the needs of Development Studios and Publishers in the US and Canada.
The firm also announced that Daniel J. Conradie, Co-Founder and current Director of Development at Trinigy, will relocate to Austin and head the US-Office as its President and CEO. Trinigy US has already been incorporated and will start business operations in the fourth quarter of 2007. Additionally, the Technical Support staff at the company’s headquarters in Germany has been bolstered up.
“Expanding to North America was the obvious next step in our consistently customer-focused company policy”, explains Dag Frommhold, Managing Partner at Trinigy. “We are committed to supporting our customers all over the world as quickly and effectively as possible. With our US-based sales and support office, our North American customers will benefit from an even closer partnership with Trinigy.”
“Austin is truly an innovative center in the US gaming industry and a fantastic place for setting up our office”, adds Daniel J. Conradie, Co-Founder of Trinigy and President & CEO at Trinigy, Inc. “I’ve been accompanying the Vision Engine ever since its beginning and I very much look forward to working with our North American customers.”
The US Expansion of the German middleware provider is entirely carried out with own funds and reserves; the company is independent from external funding, investors and banks. Trinigy works profitably since its formation in 2003 and is expecting a new record year in 2007 regarding turnover, operating profit and number of new licensees.
Trinigy is an independent company focusing on the development of advanced 3D graphics technology with its headquarters based in Southern Germany. In the field of 3D game engines, Trinigy is one of the world's leading companies. Trinigy’s cutting-edge Vision Game Engine forms the basis of numerous game titles, helping game creators to bring more immersive graphics onto the screen while at the same time drastically reducing development time and effort.
Well-known game companies like Firefly, Take 2, NeoWiz, Besttoday, Threewave, Sproing and Spellbound rely on Vision to develop their innovative games. More than 70 titles all over the world are based on the Vision Engine, ranging from FPS over RTS and RPG titles to MMO games. More information can be obtained at www.trinigy.net