Aerospace and Defense Opening Up To The Cloud (Video)

Are Aerospace and Defense companies open to using the cloud? This video shares survey results on cloud adoption from over 250 companies and more detailed analysis of about 70 of those that serve the A&D industries! The survey shows that about one-half of A&D companies are turning to the cloud in order to gain important

Aerospace and Defense Adopting Cloud Innovation Platforms (survey results)

How can Aerospace and Defense companies leverage the cloud to improve innovation, engineering, and manufacturing across the product lifecycle? We surveyed over 250 companies and analyzed the progress, plans, and success factors for supporting product innovation with cloud solutions of over 70 of these companies that serve the A&D industry. The research analyzes both challenges

Supplier Strategies to Win more Business

Jim Brown presents on this Industry Week and Aviation Week webcast sharing insights into the new levers of competition for suppliers to the automotive and aerospace industries. He presents with Dassault Systemes Director of Automotive/Transportation Industry Michael Lalande and Aerospace and Defense Business Consultant Paul Granada who share deeper perspectives on their respective industries. Together they share practical ways that suppliers

Webinar on PLM For Auto and Aero Suppliers

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

The Roles of ERP and PLM in Manufacturing – now with MES!

A quick peek into some research on … the role Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) play alongside ERP and PLM to help manufacturers improve their business and increase product profitability. I have researched, posted, and discussed the complementary and integrated roles of ERP and PLM numerous times. But the question would come up, “how does MES