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“Branch & merge” debates and PDM granularity

“Branch & merge” debates and PDM granularity

Do you remember discussions about true and fake  clouds few years ago? It was a trend among PLM and ERP vendors trying to prove that “my cloud” is the best one. Want to get back and read some of these stories? Here are few links on old posts from me and…

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How Granularity and Google Lockdown will drive PLM Excels

How Granularity and Google Lockdown will drive PLM Excels

One of the technological trends I’m observing these days is a trend towards granularity. Speaking about marketing, the word granularity sounds nice. I don’t know if I have a right to vote about how it sounds with my “broken English”. At the same time, Al Dean of Develop3D opinion about…

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PLM, Granularity and Engineering Numbers

PLM, Granularity and Engineering Numbers

I think, the future of engineering software belongs to solutions that will provide a higher level of granularity. More flexible and granular solutions will be able to provide a better way to be tailored to satisfy customer needs. In the past, I had a chance to write about granularity in…

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PLM Model: Granularity, Bottom-Up and Change

Few weeks ago, I had chance to post about PLM Data Model. I think, PLM space has a real lack of discussions about data modeling. It seems to me, PLM vendors and developers are too focused on process management, user experience and other catchy trends. At the same time, everybody…

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From PLM Databases To Product Data

From PLM Databases To Product Data

Earlier this week, I shared my views about the future of data in PLM. Check this out here. Data is a foundational block for every organization and it is an ultimate source of intelligence that can be used by manufacturing companies to improve their processes and products. Data is an…

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Multi-Cloud PLM?

Multi-Cloud PLM?

In one of my last blogs last year, I talked about the evolution of PLM system architecture. I’ve got many questions offline and online asking me about specific aspects of architecture, vendors, and approaches. While cloud seems to be inevitable, the question about cloud adoption, cloud architecture, and how it…

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Basic Elements of SaaS PLM

Basic Elements of SaaS PLM

Cloud and SaaS are getting high attention these days of PLM vendors and customers. The interest is driven by many benefits cloud technologies and SaaS applications can bring to both manufacturing companies and vendors. Multi-tenancy is a key element of SaaS applications, but unfortunately, the terminology is often misleading and…

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PLM multi-clouds

PLM multi-clouds

For the last few years, PLM community and vendors got used to the word “cloud”. You can see that every vendor has cloud PLM or cloud-ready or cloud-enabled solution.  However, cloud seems to be an old news. I’ve got an email from TechTarget telling me that the “word of today”…

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