SSI - Autodesk based Shipbuilding & Offshore Solutions

SSI provides Autodesk based solutions to the shipbuilding and offshore industry. SSI develops ShipConstructor®, an AutoCAD based CAD/CAM software suite that leverages the world's most popular CAD platform. SSI applies information technology expertise to address industry specific challenges including sharing engineering data with other business processes and applications such as MRP, ERP and PLM tools. Shipbuilders, naval architects and marine engineers trust SSI on projects such as yachts, oil rigs, tankers, ferries, warships and workboats.

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Jan 21 Free SSI Webinar - ShipConstructor PipeLink

January 19, 2015

Free SSI Webinar: WeldManagement Software

Date: Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Time: 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM PDT

Reserve your ShipConstructor PipeLink webinar seat now at:

PublisherLT available for pre-2015 releases

December 15, 2014

Many ShipConstructor users have already realized the value of SSI’s new information-sharing tool, SSI EnterprisePlatform PublisherLT. This product was launched in September 2014 with the ShipConstructor 2015 release. However, a number of clients are mid-project in an older version of ShipConstructor and would like a way to utilize the new functionalities with a previous ShipConstructor release. To facilitate this process, SSI has made available a version of PublisherLT that works with older ShipConstructor versions.

Jade Yachts of Taiwan has chosen ShipConstructor Software

December 08, 2014

Jade Yachts of Taiwan, a subsidiary of Jong Shyn Shipbuilding Company, has invested in a suite of ShipConstructor CAD/CAM software products for the design, engineering and construction of their upcoming shipbuilding projects.

ShipConstructor 2015 R2 Release Enhances Communication

December 04, 2014

One of the biggest determinants of productivity in shipbuilding is clear, effective and efficient communication. In recognition of this fact, SSI's ShipConstructor 2015 R2 release is geared towards substantial improvements in how information is conveyed. This is evidenced by the enhancements SSI continues to make in regards to facilitating the modeling and management of welding. Welding can represent 20-30% of production hours and approximately 10% of total cost so improvements in this area have immediate bottom line implications.