Product Data Integration Humor / Interview on PLM Customization with Stan Przybylinski

We take a silly look at solving the problem of fragmented product data and processes with a mythical integration product called FlōSēl. Then we get down to business with Tech-Clarity's Jim Brown and CIMdata's Stan Przybylinski discussing the … [ read more ]


How Much PDM is Right for You? (animated video)

This short, animated Tech-Clarity TV episode explores the different Product Data Management options available to manufacturers. It explains that value of full-featured PDM as a step beyond CAD File Management and a stepping stone toward PLM for more … [ read more ]


Materials Innovation Survey

How are leading companies enabling their teams to be more innovative? How are they taking advantage of the latest material advancements? Please share your experience. We are conducting new research on product innovation. This survey is targeted … [ read more ]

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Product Configuration and “To Order” Manufacturing Survey

How do leading “to order” manufacturers support their sales, quote, and manufacturing processes? If you have already completed the survey  –> please share with a colleague or on social media using the “Share/Save” options … [ read more ]

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PLM Beyond Managing CAD

Product Lifecycle Management Beyond Managing CAD, The Business Value of PLM shares survey results exploring the value of PLM beyond managing design files such as CAD. While the research finds that most Top Performers manage CAD in PLM, they also do … [ read more ]


Desktop Engineering Covers “Dualing Analysts” in Tech4PD


I have been truly touched to see how much support we have received from the industry on our new web show. There have been numerous tweets and posts about what Chad and I are trying to accomplish – start some serious debates about PLM and engineering software issues without taking ourselves to seriously.

From Oleg posting about PLM Edutainment to this post and podcast interview by Kenneth Wong of Desktop Engineering. My thanks go out to those that believe in what we are doing.

By the way, I wonder if that picture of us on the set is me showing Chad the size of the wad of wasabi he will be brushing his teeth with?


  1. Kenneth Wong says:

    Well, let’s not despair prematurely, Jim. You still have a few more days to drum up support to avert the wasabi-tooth paste disaster. 😉

  2. joey says:

    My thanks go out to those that believe in what we are doing.

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