SodiusWillert was formed in 2019 from the merger of Sodius and Willert Software Tools. With a unified vision, Sodius and Willert together aim to execute their mission of helping engineering organizations master the challenges of developing complex systems by enterprise-wide integration of engineering data and workflows, enabling the digital thread of engineering across domains.
Founded in 1999, Sodius has been serving major industrial companies, Automotive, Aerospace & Defense, Technology, Government Agencies, and their suppliers, as well as Medical Devices.
Willert was founded in 1992 and focused on embedded software engineering for major Automotive, Aerospace & Defense, Medical, and Railway customers.
In a strategic move, both entities bring a unique yet complementary background of technology, expertise, and experience into a centralized brand to connect the engineering information that drives today’s complex and regulated products.
Our mission is to provide engineering organizations with the best tools and expert solutions to empower teams, foster collaboration and align engineering lifecycle processes because these capabilities help organizations manage the increasing complexity of developing innovative cutting-edge products.
SodiusWillert’s executive team includes experienced, entrepreneurial minds with various backgrounds in engineering across all industries. They’re passionate about revolutionizing the way our customers link, exchange, or transform data for their MBSE, MBSW, ALM, and PLM toolchains and are trusted by some of the largest companies in the field.
SodiusWillert provides technology for leading companies to incorporate into their products, or as add-ons to provide enhanced functionality for their users. Our R&D activities and our historical collaborations with major industrial companies, software editors, or governmental agencies place us as a key partner for methods and tools departments or engineering projects.
SodiusWillert deploys its solutions all around the world throughout various domains such as Aeronautics, Space, Automotive, Defense, Medical, and Information Systems.