Dassault Systèmes Vision 2016+

Dassault Systèmes is successfully transforming their business beyond PLM to become a platform provider. To be more precise, they are becoming a “business innovation platform company.” Our recent discussions show that they’re making significant progress on the 3DEXPERIENCE vision they laid out in 2012, and have been able to transform their business more than I originally suspected when the vision

Autodesk PLM Vision 2016+

Autodesk continues to grow their capabilities and presence in the PLM market. As PLM solutions continue to grow more broad and integrated, it’s getting more difficult to talk about PLM strategies independently from the rest of the solution suite. Autodesk is no exception, because they’ve adopted a broad strategy that goes beyond PLM, expanding to a Product Innovation Platform approach. So this post

Siemens PLM Vision 2015+

In addition to being a major industrial manufacturer in their own right, Siemens PLM has a rich history in the engineering software industry. Today, they continue to drive their PLM agenda forward while taking greater advantage of the synergies available from being a part of a global manufacturer with offerings including manufacturing automation equipment, manufacturing operations management (MOM)

PTC PLM Vision 2015+

PTC is going through a major transformation to support their customers’ evolution to the next era of product offerings – smart, connected products. They’re taking a bold move, staking out a significant claim in the Internet of Things (IoT). This strategy will lead them to transform their core product offerings while simultaneously taking IoT to

Dassault Systèmes PLM Vision 2015+

Dassault Systèmes is an innovator in the PLM industry. DS continues to push the boundaries and scope of engineering software from CAD (CATIA) to Digital Manufacturing (DELMIA) to Simulation (SIMULIA) to PLM (ENOVIA) and well beyond the limits of traditional PLM. DS has strong engineering roots but they are becoming increasingly involved in a larger scope of

Tech-Clarity TV – Partnering to Develop the STEM Workforce of the Future

This episode of Tech-Clarity TV explores how manufacturers like GM and Boeing partner with academic institutions, government agencies, and software vendors to increase the job readiness of  STEM graduates. The episode shares findings from our Developing the STEM Workforce of the Future: Partnering to Meet the Demand for Engineering and Manufacturing Talent paper. A key finding is