PLM in the Cloud Webcast with Sogeti, and Microsoft

PLM helps manufacturers improve innovation and product development performance through streamlined processes, centralized data, and integrated tools. It’s a key part of any manufacturer’s digitalization strategy. Learn how manufacturers are leveraging the cloud to remove the barriers to achieving the strategic benefits of Product Lifecycle Management. Join an interesting panel discussion between Tech-Clarity, Sogeti, and

3D Printing Panel Discussion at Microsoft Envision

At Microsoft Envision, Tech-Clarity’s Michelle Boucher will chair a panel that includes: Luis Baldez, Software Strategy Program Manager, 3D Printing, HP Prabhjot Singh, Manager, Additive Manufacturing Lab, GE Global Research Simon Floyd, Director Strategy, Product Lifecycle Management, Microsoft Microsoft Envision takes place in New Orleans to April 4 – April 6. The panel discussion will explore

Microsoft’s Innovation Management Framework White Paper and IM Consortium

Tech-Clarity would like to announce participation as a charter member and advisor of Microsoft’s Innovation Management Consortium and the release of a new white paper from Microsoft sharing the Microsoft Innovation Management Framework. The paper announces the consortium and shares a wealth of information and experience from Microsoft and other consortium members, including: A repeatable

Making Product Development Tradeoffs

Tech-Clarity Perspective: Understanding Product Development Trade-offs – Designing Products for Compliance, Cost, and Sustainability presents results from a survey on how companies design their products to meet environmental regulatory compliance, product sustainability, and product cost targets. Shares survey data and perspectives from two leading manufacturers on how they collect data and manage the trade-offs between

2011 – The Year Social Computing Explodes in NPD and PLM?

What I learned this week … came after reflecting on this video on social computing in PLM I ran across on PTC’s website. I spent a significant amount of my time and energy last year trying to understand the implications of the social networking explosion on product innovation, product development, and engineering. It was interesting