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

Webcast on Knowledge Enabled Decisions

Tech-Clarity’s Jim Brown will present with Ken Klapproth, Director of Product Management for IHS Product Design on a webcast discussing the business value and ROI of knowledge enabled decision making for R&D, product development, and engineering. Jim will share some findings from his upcoming white paper Tech-Clarity Insight: The Business Value of Knowledge-Enabled Decision-Making.  

Computer Aided Design for Formula-Based Industries

Computer Aided Design for Formula-Based Industries: Formulating Higher Value from R&D Investments outlines the business value achieved by Revlon, Shiseido / Zotos, Pfizer and other leading companies utilizing “CAD” software for formula-based product development, and provides guidance for similar manufacturers. While “CAD” is usually a term reserved for computer-aided design of physical / mechanical or

Dassault Systemes Acquires the Recipe for Developing Formula-Based Products with Enginuity

I had the chance to talk with … Dassault Systemes recently about acquiring process PLM vendor Enginuity PLM, see the announcement here. As soon as I saw my friend Dr. John Sottery‘s name on the webcast along with Enovia CEO Mich Tellier, I had a pretty good guess about what they were going to tell