At Quadstone Paramics we believe in cultivating a strong community bond through sharing ideas, innovations and experiences throughout our diverse user base. The community section of our website contains a number of useful links and resources.
The Quadstone Paramics library is intended to act as a central repository for finding information relevant to Quadstone Paramics and traffic microsimulation in general. Visit the document library.
Become an Accredited Paramics User (APU), certification means you are an individual that can demonstrate a high degree of expertise in the Paramics software. Find out more on the APU page.
Product Steering Group
The PSG is a community program run by our development team enabling Paramics users to become directly involved in the design of the software, above and beyond basic feature requests. Find out more.
If you need some assistance getting to grips with the basic functionality or even the advanced aspects of using Paramics then why not browse through our accredited trainers list. View our trainers list.
Join, follow and interact with the Paramics social networks on Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn.