Jim Brown presented findings from his recent research on Enterprise PLM in this Engineering.com webcast, Top PLM Performers Manage More Than CAD. The recording is now available on-demand, including a very active Q&A session. Watch the replay now (no charge, registration required) Sponsored by Autodesk PLM 360
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
The Managing Multi-CAD Complexity on a Budget eBook discusses the challenges of managing multi-CAD data and continues the conversation started in Tech-Clarity Insight The Basics of Managing CAD about whether a simpler, lower overhead, cloud-based data management solution is enough to manage CAD files. The eBook shares the experiences of engineers from Synaptics, Interactive CAD Solutions,
Tech-Clarity is pleased to announce the expansion of our research team! Industry veteran and former Aberdeen Group Senior Research Analyst Michelle Boucher joins Tech-Clarity as Vice President of Research covering engineering software. Michelle brings a wealth of depth in engineering, product development, and research. For more on Michelle’s background please visit her bio page. As
Issue in Focus Integrating Product Design and Development Environments – Battling Complexity, Improving Productivity, and Compressing Time discusses how a well-integrated CAD-PLM platform helps improve engineering and product development performance. This report describes the requirements and capabilities that manufacturers should look for in the latest generation of integrated systems for product design and development. Please
Tony Lockwood of Desktop Engineering shared his thoughts on Tech-Clarity’s Consolidating Design Software, Extending Value Beyond 3D CAD Consolidation. I like his description of “working in a multi-CAD environment with multiple disconnected tools and multiple money pits bleeding you dry at every junction of your process.” Read the short article by Tony on Desktop Engineering.