The Mathcad Prime 7: Virtual Roadshow 2021

Mathcad End of Sale

The Mathcad Prime 7: Virtual Roadshow 2021 is a series of 7 webcasts covering different topics related to PTC's engineering calculation software. Sessions include discussions about moving from Mathcad 15 to Prime 7, the new symbolics engine, finding support, and more.

Sessions include:

  • Acing Mathcad for Students and Educators
  • Why you should choose Mathcad Prime over Mathcad 15

There is still time to register for the remainder of the live webinars in our series. Click here to sign up!


On-demand virtual roadshow event replays

  • Acing Mathcad for Students and Educators

    This webinar will explain PTC’s recent announcement on the end-of-sale of legacy versions of Mathcad and PTC Mathcad Prime 1.0 – 6.0 in the context of the education market, and your Mathcad options for the future. The webinar will include an overview of unique features in Mathcad Prime relevant to the academic market.

    Join Mitch Gonder and Ioana Cernat of PTC in this session featuring:

    • PTC Mathcad Prime 7 demo of common education use cases
    • Examples of successful Mathcad implementations in the academic space
    • Your licensing options for older and newer versions of Mathcad
    • Q&A

    Mitch Gonder
    Education Partner Manager, PTC

    Ioana Cernat
    PTC Mathcad Associate Application Engineer

  • Why you should choose Mathcad Prime over Mathcad 15

    PTC has been investing in the PTC Mathcad Prime product family for a decade now. In this webinar, learn what functionalities that the newest version, PTC Mathcad Prime 7, offers over the latest legacy version of Mathcad, Mathcad 15. Mathcad Prime is the industry standard for engineering mathematics software, enabling you to solve your most complex problems, and share your engineering calculations.

    Join Anji Seberino of PTC in this session featuring:

    • Explanations and demos of Mathcad Prime vs. Mathcad 15 on various functionalities and differences
    • Mathcad Prime’s modern user interface and how it enables a shallower learning curve
    • Mathcad Prime’s easier integration with other applications compared to Mathcad 15
    • Creating engineering documents with Mathcad Prime versus legacy Mathcad
    • Q&A

    Anji Seberino, PTC

    Anji Seberino
    CAD Field SME Director for PTC Mathcad