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How much cost to build PLM software?

The new normal – we need less money to build software these days. My attention caught Andreessen Horowitz article The Happy Demise of the 10X Engineer… 751 more words

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3 reasons why size won't matter in PLM future?

The debates about small vs. large PLM implementations are probably as old as PLM software. Joe Barkai recently came with several very controversial blog series – … 765 more words

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Two NX Integrations On The Same 4-Tier Client

When accessing two different Teamcenter systems from the same 4-Tier RAC client installation (and their NX Integrations (TcIN)), you need to make some changes to the client configuration to be able to access these two different server environments. 416 more words


PLM upgrades, release cycles and legacy software

Do you know what is legacy software? Earlier today, Marc Lind of Aras Corp. challenged me by his twitter status about companies complaining about legacy PLM systems and upgrading. 959 more words

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Pretty Lights Music Announces Fall Tour

Pretty Lights Music members Michal Menert, Eliot Lipp, SuperVision, and Paul Basic will be performing together on the PLM Keepin’ It Crew Tour this fall. They will all be performing together on stage at once, collaborating as well as showcasing their individual talents, similar to the PLM Party that occurred at this year’s SnowBall Music Festival. 46 more words


The Acquisition of Axeda Makes Things Work for PTC

On July 23, 2014, PTC, the Needham, Massachusetts-based provider of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), Service Lifecycle Management (SLM) and related offerings announced that it had signed a definitive agreement to acquire privately-held… 2,518 more words


The difference between files and data-oriented - a tutorial part 1

My holidays are over. After reading and cycling a lot, it is time to focus again on business and future. Those of you who have followed my blog the past year must have noticed that I have been talking on a regular base about business moving to a data-oriented approach instead of a document / file-based approach. 1,021 more words