Posts by: Oleg

PDT Europe 2017: The culmination of complexity in PLM and next steps

PDT Europe 2017: The culmination of complexity in PLM and next steps

I’m digesting information from PDT Europe- the event I attended for the last 2 days in Gothenburg Sweden. Check website for more details. The event theme was “Continues transformation of PLM to support Lifecycle Model-Based Enterprise”. Not an average PLM marketing event It was my first PDT Europe event after many…

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Aras PLM Platform “Overlay” strategy explained 

Aras PLM Platform “Overlay” strategy explained 

I’m still at Gothenburg, Sweden attending PDT Europe and CIMdata PLM Roadmap conference. If you missed my blog from yesterday, check out here – CIMdata PLM Roadmap: Digitalization trend and old PLM problems. If you want to learn more about the event, navigate to the following link. CIMdata and Eurostep…

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CIMdata PLM Roadmap: Digitalization trend and old PLM problems

CIMdata PLM Roadmap: Digitalization trend and old PLM problems

Yesterday, I attended PLM Roadmap, one day event organized by CIMdata and Eurostep. The event is co-located with PDTEurope 2017, which will take today and tomorrow. You can get more information online here. CIMdata and Eurostep are partnering to get these 2 days events. OpenBOM, the company I co-founded last…

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Solidworks Manage –  does it look, swim and quack like PLM?

Solidworks Manage –  does it look, swim and quack like PLM?

I’m learning new things about Solidworks 2018 and coming new product – Solidworks Manage. You probably had a chance to read my articles – Solidworks Manage and 3DX PLM: Clash or co-existence back to SWW 2018 and Why Solidworks needs one more PDM? Solidworks is coming with a new name or…

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Will Graph DB provide a perfect model for PLM?

Will Graph DB provide a perfect model for PLM?

Graph is a very powerful paradigm. For many years, the idea of “graph” or “connection” was empowering software engineers to develop many PDM and PLM applications. As much the conceptual model of graph is good, the realization is not perfect. Therefore, all PDM and PLM vendors are using relational databases to…

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PLM services – exits and transformations

PLM services – exits and transformations

Market is transforming. New technologies and new business models are coming to PLM space changing the way business is done. For manufacturing companies implementing Product Lifecycle Management solutions a significant portion of business is services. According CIMdata analysis, services are about 58% of cPDM business Engineering.com article A Market in…

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Is there a demand for new type of cloud PLM services?

Is there a demand for new type of cloud PLM services?

Oracle is a database engine run by most of PLM implementations in the world for many years. It is one of the best examples of vendor lock-in and the way to hook enterprise company to a costly maintenance contract and service. But it seems like Oracle is changing. Tech-Cruch article explains…

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Will PLM IoT be able to live up to its own hype?

Will PLM IoT be able to live up to its own hype?

IoT is everywhere these days. You may think, there is no way to escape from the transformation and success IoT will bring to industry. And IoT will change the business around us. Recently I was listening to Joe Barkai presenting about IoT and its opportunity at IpX Symposium in Orlando. Here is…

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CAD user unhappiness and new business models

CAD user unhappiness and new business models

Engineering.com article – 4 Things Users Hate Most About Their CAD Systems came to my reading list over the weekend. Take a look and draw your opinion. Article is touching some pain points CAD users might experience based on the survey of almost 230 product development professionals. According to the article,…

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