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New PLM vs Old PLM?

New PLM vs Old PLM?

Nobody Gets Fired For Buying IBM. I’ve heard this phrase many years ago when I was learning nuts and bolts of the PLM sales process. PLM software was originally developed for large companies and the selection process in these companies is very complex. Back in days of CAD releases that…

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Design Centric SaaS PLMs

Design Centric SaaS PLMs

Earlier last week, I attended the PTC Onshape Product Development Cloud Forum. Check out my article here () if you missed it. I found very interesting the trajectory Onshape is taking after the PTC acquisition last year. Design-centric PLM- this is a phrase I’ve head in that meeting resonating with…

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3DEXPERIENCE World 2020 – “The Platform” is Here

3DEXPERIENCE World 2020 – “The Platform” is Here

I spent the last three very busy days attending 3DEXPERIENCE World 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee. It was my first time and I like the atmosphere of Tennessee center and Music Center where the 3DXW20 convention took place. You can feel the music at air immediately when step in Nashville International…

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Coming to 3DEXPERIENCE World 2020

Coming to 3DEXPERIENCE World 2020

I’m coming to 3DEXPERIENCE World 2020 next week. It feels unusual, but also interesting and encouraging. For the last few years, I’ve been learning about the trajectory of Solidworks development, tools, data management and evolution of Solidworks data management tools from Workgroup PDM to PDM professional (Enterprise PDM) and Solidworks…

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PTC: Road to SMB PLM

PTC: Road to SMB PLM

PLM for small and medium-sized companies is driving more attention and discussions recently. My article Can Aras PLM Scale Down To SMB? raised a healthy amount of comments and disputes. The list of concerns contains questions about IT needed to be involved to set up and maintain PLM, the nature…

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