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Toyota Conquers Product Development Challenges with PTC Creo

Toyota Motor Corporation has been a loyal and successful user of PTC solutions for the last twelve years, according to Koichi Shimizu, the General Manager of Digital Simulations in the automobile company’s Engineering Management division. 213 more words

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PLM vertical PaaS strategies

SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, DMaaS, … I’m sure marketing folks are having lots fun of new xaaS acronyms. The amount of publication about various strategies of services is skyrocketing. 447 more words

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Who will make PLM sexier?

Cool factor is trending in software these days. The time when software was ugly is probably in the past. Everyone wants to have a "cool app" – on the picture above you can clearly see the trend. 460 more words

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Enterprise system Integration - setting up boundaries (PLM ERP & CRM Integration)

With explosion of data the need to manage different functions digitally have made ways in Corporate Sector be it Energy or Automotive

Commonly 3 systems are widely seen in most of the companies (SME’s and Large Enterprises) 298 more words


How to re-think activity streams for enterprise?

These days manufacturing businesses are more connected than ever before. Every manufacturing company (even smallest startup) has a tremendous need for collaboration – help multiple engineers to get involved into the design process, communication with suppliers, plan manufacturing processes, etc. 601 more words

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PLM implementations: nuts and bolts of data silos

Data is an essential part of every PLM implementation. It all starts from data – design, engineering, manufacturing, supply chain, support, etc. Enterprise systems are fragmented and representing individual silos of enterprise organization. 605 more words

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Where is Autodesk Headed with 3D Printing?

Earlier this year, Autodesk announced that they would be entering the hardware market with a 3D printer.  Why would Autodesk choose to move from software to hardware?  164 more words