Archive for October, 2012

PLM Innovation and Top 5 PLM trends

PLM Innovation and Top 5 PLM trends

Last week I attended PLM Innovation event in Atlanta. If you haven’t had a chance to follow my blog last week, you can catch up on this post – PLM Innovation: Who will provide PLM to Boeing in 2015? In my view, Boeing presentation during the event provided an important…

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PLM Cloud Interest and AAA PLM Players

PLM Cloud Interest and AAA PLM Players

The interest to cloud PLM is growing these days. At the beginning of this year, I discussed future PLM business model during the PLM Innovation conference in Munich. You can navigate to my historical post here. You can see lots of conversations about cloud these days. However, until now, only…

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PLM Innovation, Information and Ambient Intelligence

PLM Innovation, Information and Ambient Intelligence

One interesting trend that I captured during my stay at PLM Innovation conference these days was about “information” word. It was one of the most widely used terms by many presented and people I talked to. Do you remember what we had 10 years ago? The biggest concern of people…

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PLM Innovation: Who will provide PLM to Boeing in 2015?

PLM Innovation: Who will provide PLM to Boeing in 2015?

I’m in Atlanta these days attending PLM Innovation Americas conference. Today is the first day, and I’m still expecting many things to come. Nevertheless, here is the thing that made me to blog. I’ve been attending first keynote made by Kevin Fowler or Boeing Commercial Airplanes . The name of…

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PLM, Blurred IP and Practical Data

PLM, Blurred IP and Practical Data

IP (Intellectual Property) is the term used by PLM very often. You probably had a chance to hear about IP management, IP lifecycle, IP protection, etc. I don’t know about you, but to me, it usually provided a feeling of dealing with something important. While I agree that IP is…

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New PLM definition from Jim Brown and old PLM complexity issues

New PLM definition from Jim Brown and old PLM complexity issues

People are collecting things. Beer bottles, matchboxes, car models, etc. As you probably know, I’m collecting PLM definitions. One of the first articles in my collection was this – How to define PLM? with amazing performance of Al Dean. Since that time, I had a chance to pick up more…

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How PLM Can Think Small?

How PLM Can Think Small?

I’m going to attend PLM Innovation Americas event later this week in Atlanta, GA. This is going to be my 3rd PLM Innovation event. Thinking about innovation, this event is one of very few events in PLM space that is actually a vendor-neutral and not represents a single PLM vendor….

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Will Google lose in the enterprise (and PLM)?

Will Google lose in the enterprise (and PLM)?

It was long time since I talked about Google and PLM. Probably, it was too long. Yesterday night, I got a¬†tweet message¬†Simon Floyd of Microsoft (@floydinnovation) suggesting me the following next blog title (Google gives up on PLM). Well, I didn’t know Google even considered to be in PLM game….

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PLM and Open Source Checking Tips

PLM and Open Source Checking Tips

Open Source Software (OSS) is a wonderful thing. For the last decade, open source changed the world of software development. PLM industry has their own open source rock stars. While I can see less hype around ‘open source’, I keep watching open source initiatives in PLM space. One of the…

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Mobile PLM: Apps vs. Mobile Browsers?

Mobile PLM: Apps vs. Mobile Browsers?

I want to come back to the topic of mobile apps vs. mobile browsers again. Earlier this year I posted PLM: Mobile-Optimized Sites vs. Mobile Apps, which presented some interesting numbers about US mobile apps vs. mobile web consumption. It demonstrated a clear growth of mobile apps usage vs. web….

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