"Siemens PLM"

Will Kenesto escape from PDM red ocean?

Will Kenesto escape from PDM red ocean?

Develop3D article – Kenesto Drive 2.0 updates cloud product document management, collaboration and version control brings a news about Kenesto Drive 2.0. If you haven’t heard about Kenesto, check the website. Kenesto is a software outfit founded by Mike Payne. The list of companies Mike co-founded is a topic for a separate…

Share
Why PLM-ALM interoperability and traceability is hard

Why PLM-ALM interoperability and traceability is hard

  ALM and PLM integration and common trajectories is very interesting trend to follow. Back in 2015 I’ve made a presentation speaking about ALM and PLM. Check my earlier blog here. One of the notable events in PLM business was acquisition of Polarion by Siemens PLM. You can read more…

Share
EDA merge into PLM: data management redundancy?

EDA merge into PLM: data management redundancy?

It is not a secret that products are getting more complex. There are so many examples of complex products and systems around us. Product complexity creates challenges in different engineering disciplines. For mechanical engineering it is a challenge to design complex objects with sophisticated electro-mechanical behavior. Self-driving car is a great…

Share
#SEU2016: Solid Edge built-in PDM

#SEU2016: Solid Edge built-in PDM

I’m heading to SolidEdge University 2016 today. Although my attendance there will be focused on openBoM, I will spend some time learning about new data management capabilities available at SolidEdge ST9. Navigate to the following link to see Solid Edge University agenda. I captured some information about Solid Edge ST9 data…

Share
Cloud PDM competition is heating up

Cloud PDM competition is heating up

Just few years ago it was hard to imagine that a possibility to manage CAD files using cloud software. The common message supported by vendors and users was that CAD files are too large for cloud software and engineers unlikely to trust cloud software for IP such as 3D models. But…

Share
Solid Edge ST9 and cloud-enabled CAD

Solid Edge ST9 and cloud-enabled CAD

Cloud is expanding everywhere. It makes sometimes very hard to understand the difference of a specific cloud technologies or trajectory of traditional desktop and cloud tools. CAD is a good example. Cloud brings lot of confusion to engineers using CAD systems. What is cloud CAD? How is it different from a…

Share
Will PLM have MDM “moment of truth”?

Will PLM have MDM “moment of truth”?

PLM is transforming from pure engineering discipline into platform capable to manage a diverse set of data and processes. I can see first signs of this transformation in blurring of application boundaries. Vendors are focusing on interaction with users and how to support a complete business workflow. The shift towards…

Share
Cloud is blurring PLM application boundaries

Cloud is blurring PLM application boundaries

Times have changed quickly for cloud. Just few years ago, PLM vendors and manufacturing companies were skeptical about cloud expansion. Not any more. Practically all PLM vendors are embracing cloud and transform products and technology to adopt a new way of business and opportunities. Recent Tech-Clarity article Dassault Systemes Vision…

Share