Top Five Considerations to Build or Buy IoT Infrastructure (on demand webcast)

Jim Brown shared his recent research on building versus buying IoT infrastructure in the Top Five Things that Ensure a Successful IoT Implementation: Exploring the Nature of IoT Projects and Build vs. Buy Decisions Industry Week webcast webinar (sponsored by Autodesk). The webcast also featured Autodesk’s Head of IoT, Bryan Kester, sharing the value of a smart,

Requirements and Validation Buyer’s Guide

Tech-Clarity’s Requirements and Validation Engineering Buyer’s Guide helps manufacturers develop criteria to evaluate software solutions to support requirements management and validation engineering. Tech-Clarity’s Buyer’s Guides go beyond software functionality to provide a framework of requirements that impact implementation success and long-term ROI, including: Software capabilities Implementation User adoption Support Vendor characteristics / attributes Industry or unique business

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

Strategies of the Major PLM Vendors 2016+

As part of our ongoing coverage of the PLM and engineering software markets, we stay in touch with as many vendors as we can to understand their strategic direction and how it impacts their customers. This post shares our latest published coverage of the vendors, and provides a bit of insight into where we see the market transitioning this

IoT Makes As Good as the Day I Bought It a Thing of the Past Guest Post on PTC’s Product Lifecycle Report

Jim Brown penned a post on evergreen design for PTC’s Product Lifecycle Report Blog. The report, IoT Makes “As Good as the Day I Bought It” a Thing of the Past, shares the exciting potential available from smart, connected products that can be updated in the field to correct issues, improve performance, or add new capabilities.

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)