Archive for December, 2019

Data Management Foundation Of Digital Twin

Data Management Foundation Of Digital Twin

Digital Twin is trending. Unless you lived under the rock for the last few years, I’m sure you heard this combination of words – Digital Twin. What is Digital Twin, where it came from and how is this related to PLM? The definition of Digital Twin is not mature in…

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Will PTC Bring A New PLM For Mid-Size Businesses?

Will PTC Bring A New PLM For Mid-Size Businesses?

It has been more than a month since PTC acquired Onshape. Such a big event triggered many conversations about the future trajectory of CAD and PLM solutions as well as their ability to change the market status quo. Here is a PTC slide explaining the rationale behind the acquisition. According…

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What happened with PDM for the last 10 years – probably nothing?

What happened with PDM for the last 10 years – probably nothing?

Everyone needs data. But nobody wants to manage it. I’ve learned it for many years of working with the engineering team and manufacturing companies. The problem is the same for teams and companies of all sizes. Although it might have different flavors if you work within large enterprise, medium-size manufacturing…

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PLM Technology Differentiations in the 2020s?

PLM Technology Differentiations in the 2020s?

To decide what PLM to chose is a hard job these days. Everyone in the PLM business is focusing on helping manufacturing companies to design better, faster, cheaper products. Everyone is IoT, cloud, connected, intelligent and focused on user experience. Everyone is capable to produce a nice video and when…

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What can be next for Autodesk PLM?

What can be next for Autodesk PLM?

I’ve been following Autodesk development in PDM and PLM space for the last decade. You can check some of my articles about Autodesk PLM360 and Fusion Lifecycle – Autodesk Future PLM trajectories and How Autodesk plans to connect multiple generations of CAD, PDM, and PLM just a few months ago…

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