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PLM 2030 – The Point Of No Return For The Fax Machine

PLM 2030 – The Point Of No Return For The Fax Machine

It was never a better time to be in the PLM business than today. I said it in my last article covering what happened with PLM in the 2010s. There are three fundamental things that convinced me to think so. 1- Maturity of the technology that can be applied to…

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Siemens Xelerates Beyond PLM

Siemens Xelerates Beyond PLM

Another day and one more conference to follow online. Thanks to social media, twitter and a large group of analysts attending 2019 Siemens Media & Analyst Conference in New York. Few interesting news and data points that I caught during the screening of tweets I wanted to share with you….

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CAD and PDM Improvements – Liar’s Paradox?

CAD and PDM Improvements – Liar’s Paradox?

Onshape announced available of their first ever study about product design and development. The study is available online for free. You just need to give Onsahpe your email, phone and other contact information, which I did. Navigate to the following link to get it. Here is a stat about the…

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Open Source in PLM and Manufacturing?

Open Source in PLM and Manufacturing?

It is a time to come back to Open Source software discussion. Open source was not the hottest buzzword for the last few years maybe, but if you look deeper, open source companies delivered a set of very impressive results. Check TechCrunch article – How Open Source software took over…

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What to learn from Ericsson PLM failure?

What to learn from Ericsson PLM failure?

Verdi Ogewell, the Editor-in-Chief of VerkstadsForum PLM Magazine and ENGINEERING.com’s European correspondent publish his next PLM failure bombshells – Telecom Giant Ericsson Halts Its PLM Project with Dassault’s 3DEXPERIENCE. If you’re like me often reading Verdi’s publication, you’re not surprised. You can easily find other news similar to this one….

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COFES 2019 – Who’s buying whom in CAD / PLM?

COFES 2019 – Who’s buying whom in CAD / PLM?

Continue to share my reflections after COFES today, I want to touch CAD/PLM mergers and acquisitions (M&A). COFES is a place where competitors can meet in a very relaxing atmosphere and have tête-à-tête conversation, which can lead to partnerships, special deals, and acquisitions. Also, COFES is a good place to…

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