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Semantic Data Layer And Open Source PLM

Semantic Data Layer And Open Source PLM

Earlier this week, I shared my thoughts about connected PLM and how the organization of a semantic data layer can provide a foundation to build a new approach in data aggregation and communication. For the last two decades, semantic technology was used for a number of projects, and data management…

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How PLM Will Expand Into Electronics and Semiconductor Design

How PLM Will Expand Into Electronics and Semiconductor Design

Today’s manufacturing environment is changing more quickly than ever before. New technologies are allowing manufacturers to increase the speed at which they design, manufacture, and distribute their products while still maintaining high-quality standards. These changes have led some industry insiders to believe that product lifecycle management (PLM) will expand into…

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Open Semantic Data Modeling Layer For Connected PLM

Open Semantic Data Modeling Layer For Connected PLM

Connected PLM transformation is one of the strong trends I can see happening in the market of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM). The main drivers of this process are going deep into manufacturing transformations – new connected products, global markets, competition, supply chain complexity, changes in business models, such as switching…

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Metaverse and PLM Experience

Metaverse and PLM Experience

Earlier last week, the founder and CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg introduced to the world a new vision of Meta. If you missed that moment, you can catch up with a huge amount of news, videos, and articles already posting videos and explanations about what Facebook did and is the…

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AI and PLM Intersection

AI and PLM Intersection

AI and PLM We live in a very interesting time. The manufacturing environment is changing rapidly. It is driven by multiple factors such as global description because of COVID and supply chain, the introduction of new products, amazing technological innovations, and digital transformation that is happening everywhere these days. It…

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SaaS PLM Flexibility Mythbusting

SaaS PLM Flexibility Mythbusting

Everyone has a dream. What’s your dream? If you’re a user, you would like to have a system that will read your mind. If you’re a business owner, you would like the system to magically adapt to every single need you will have as you go and use the system….

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SaaS, Low-Code and PLM Dinosaurs

SaaS, Low-Code and PLM Dinosaurs

My attention was caught by Yoann Maingon’s article The Limits of All SaaS published in French in his blog – Open PLM. The article brings an interesting perspective of comparison between SaaS and Low-code PLM strategies by quoting Siemens Mendix CEO. Check this out and make your conclusion. Here are…

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PLM and Hunting Digital Elephants

PLM and Hunting Digital Elephants

The market for large enterprise PLMs is very lucrative and complex. Practically every large OEM in this world already implemented one or two PLM solutions in the last 15-25 years. These companies are large, complex, and moving very slow. To sell to these accounts can take a few years of…

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Low Code vs SaaS PLM

Low Code vs SaaS PLM

Differentiation is a big deal in business and every company wants to stand outside compared to their business counterparts by providing a set of unique features and strategies. When it comes to PLM engineering and software, the differentiators are hard. Manufacturing companies are looking to solve a set of typical…

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