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Model-based confusion in 3D CAD and PLM

Model-based confusion in 3D CAD and PLM

Bad terminology is an enemy of good thinking. A running joke in PLM industry says that if you ask what is PLM in a meeting room, the number of answers is usually greater than number of people. PLM industry has a big terminology problem. It is hard to agree and…

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COFES 2018: PLM and Graph Databases Round Table

COFES 2018: PLM and Graph Databases Round Table

I’m continue to share my comments after COFES 2018, which took place in Scottsdale, AZ last week. Yesterday, I shared my thoughts about Decentralized PLM round table. Check more here. Today I want to talk about another round table discussion at COFES – Graph Databases: The Next Big Thing. The…

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COFES 2018: PLM is complex. Decentralized PLM is even more complex

COFES 2018: PLM is complex. Decentralized PLM is even more complex

Last week at COFES 2018, I had a privileged to moderate discussion at the round table with a subject “Decentralized PLM”. You probably had a chance to read my earlier blog, which was mentioning COFES roundtable discussions. Setting up the stage I used the following passages to set the stage…

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PLM market 2018 – who acquired whom and where the puck is going?

PLM market 2018 – who acquired whom and where the puck is going?

Earlier this week Stan Przybylinski of CIMdata presented 2018 PLM market analysis results at CIMdata 2018 industry and market forum in Ann Arbor. CIMdata forum is a great opportunity to get early visibility on trends and market. The event is organized specially for PLM vendors and services providers. PLM market…

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PLM consulting, data chaos and future manufacturing networks

PLM consulting, data chaos and future manufacturing networks

PLM implementation projects can stuck. Unfortunately, it happens a lot. It is actually happens more often than you can think about. And the question about what to do next is not a simple one to answer. The popular opinion among PLM industry pundits – technology is not a problem, but…

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