Dassault Systemes changes its Delmia brand to Dassault Systemes Delmia Corp. Dassault's brands are:
CATIA -- design, CAD.
ENOVIA -- data management and collaboration
SIMULIA -- simulation.
DELMIA -- digital manufacturing.
Throw in a host of product names, as well as V4, V5, and V6, plus R-numbers, and that whole 3D VIA thing and its multiple offspring, not to leave out SolidWorks, COSMOSworks -- solving brand name confusion has a ways to go at Dassault.
Not that other CAD vendors have it any easier, what with PTC and its 42 add-on modules, five versions of Pro/E, the whole WindChill thing and its plug-ins and links, incompatible software like CoCreate, technical publishing stuff, and so on. Or Autodesk with its 60+ (or maybe it's 70+ or 80+) products scattered about CAD, entertainment, GIS, gaming, and municipal emergency preparedness.
Whatever happened to just plain VersaCAD vs AutoCAD? Ah, the good old days, when we foolishly thought that "the sky's the limit" when it came to capabilities of just one CAD v1.x package. Now it seems that the sky's the limit when it comes to product proliferation.