Jim Brown contributed a guest post to the Dassault Systèmes blog sharing some research on PLM for midsize manufacturing companies. The post explains how these smaller companies sometimes feel stuck between the need for a full featured PLM system to get their engineering and product development processes under control and less capable file-sharing systems that
Jim Brown and Dassault Systémes‘ VP Kendall Pond will present on this Engineering.com webcast sharing insights on the value of PLM for aerospace and automative suppliers that have outgrown their informal data management approaches. Companies in the auto and aero supply chains can learn how to better manage data, processes, and collaboration with Product Lifecycle
Jim Brown joins Carl Smith of IMAGINiT as they discuss how to improve collaboration, time-to-market, and efficiency using the cloud in Engineering. View the recorded webcast (free of charge, registration required).
The CAD Collaboration for Small Design and Engineering Firms eBook explores the challenges of sharing CAD and related design data with customers and 3rd parties and how cloud-based CAD management solutions can help. The report furthers the discussion started in Tech-Clarity Insight – The Basics of Managing CAD about whether a simpler, lower overhead, cloud-based data management solution can
Tech-Clarity Insight: Unlocking Engineering Value for Small and Medium Businesses with Product Design on the Cloud explores the business benefits of a design environment on the cloud. The report examines the savings from an IT perspective as well as the strategic value and competitive advantage it can provide product development. Please enjoy the summary below, or for the full
Tech-Clarity Insight: The Best of Both Worlds for CAD – Taking the Pain Out of Multi-CAD Data within a Consolidated CAD Platform explores a new technological advancement in CAD that allows direct access to multi-CAD data. The report describes how the ability to open multi-CAD data with a simple File, Open, improves efficiency and collaboration. Please enjoy the