Industry Week Webcast PLM Driving Innovation at Mercury Marine

Jim Brown will set the stage for this Industry Week webcast featuring Mercury Marine’s John Bayless. Jim’s presentation will feature the fundamentals of PLM including: Product and Product Development Complexity Knowledge-Based Decisions and Information Overload Operational and Business Value of PDM and PLM Thanks to Siemens PLM for sponsoring this educational webcast! Register for the

Webcast – Developing the Right New Products

Tech-Clarity will present with Kalypso on the upcoming Brighttalk summit on Balancing PPM for Business and IT. Pamela Soin and Tech-Clarity’s Jim Brown will discuss best practices for managing product portfolios in a session titled Developing the Right New Products for Customers and your Business. The conference is sponsored by CA Technologies. Register Now by

The Business Value of Knowledge-Enabled Decision-Making

Tech-Clarity Insight: The Business Value of Knowledge-Enabled Decision-Making – Improving Product Development and Engineering Decisions shares the perspectives of three manufactures (Kimberly-Clark, Robert Bosch, and Rolls-Royce) on the value of applying knowledge-based decision-making techniques including semantic search and engineering tools. The paper also provides a template to calculate the ROI of a knowledge-based decision-making implementation

Tech-Clarity TV – Best Practices for Implementing PLM

Tech-Clarity joined PTC Global Services to benchmark how PLM implementation approaches impact the results companies achieve. See Jim Brown share some of the results from that study. The results share what top performers do differently in their PLM implementations in order to achieve higher levels of business performance. The top performers improved time to market,

Survey Says Better Design Data Management Drives Better Product Development

This is a quick peek into some new survey-based benchmarks on managing technical data from Tech-Clarity’s Best Practices for Managing Design Data survey report. This is a comprehensive report with participation from well over 2,000 manufacturers from across the globe. The study gives us some great insight into how companies are managing their design data,

The Business Value of Simulation

The Business Value of Simulation – Saving Time and Money, and Getting Products Right the First Time reviews how manufacturers can leverage simulation processes and technology to save time, reduce cost, drive efficiency, improve quality, and increase innovation. Discusses the economic value available from early design analysis and validation. Please enjoy the free Executive Summary