EASA originated as a development project within the Engineering Software group at AEA Technology (previously an off shoot of UK AEA and now part of Ricardo PLC). The original vision was to create a new way for companies to deploy engineering and scientific models as intuitive web apps, customized to the needs of the end-users. A fundamental requirement for the platform was that these web apps should be built without conventional coding, and with a fraction of the effort required for conventional application development. The driver behind this project was the frequency of requests from existing AEAT clients for custom applications to enhance and extend the AEAT software product portfolio, such as CFX (now part of ANSYS – www.ansys.com), nCode (now part of HBM – www.hbm.com), and HYSYS (now part of AspenTech – www.aspentech.com). The project was successful and EASA 1.0 was released in 2002.
Driven by customer demand, EASA development was generalized to work with virtually any software, with particular emphasis on Excel and mathematical modelling tools. EASA is now the leader in transforming existing software workflows into scalable, collaborative and enterprise-grade web apps, and has garnered awards and considerable accolades from commercial organizations and key experts in the field.
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As of 2021, the EASA customer base has grown to include leading multinational corporations, such as: AIG, Corning, Eli Lilly, General Electric, Hewlett Packard, HP Enterprise, Monsanto, Pfizer, P&G, Schneider Electric, VOYA, and Zurich Financial.
EASA continues to add staff at a rapid pace, and has offices in the following locations:
We have partnered with a number of leading companies to provide localized sales and technical support – please see locations.2021
EASA's is acquired and looking forward to continue growing as a part of Volaris Group.
“We are excited to continue to serve our customers as we always have, while benefitting from the global network within Volaris Group. This will give us the opportunity to collaborate with other software experts to continually improve and evolve EASA’s product offerings and processes.” - Seb Dewhurst, General Manager at EASA2022