What does the future hold for Oracle’s PLM solutions? Oracle has big plans for PLM that include Agile PLM, Agile PLM for Process, and the recently released Oracle Innovation Management solution. Not to mention continued support for the (once considered sunset) Eigner PLM solution. This post shares a bit of Agile history followed by my insights on their
Tech-Clarity’s series on the 2014 strategic visions of PLM vendors is taking a look at the interesting things happening in the PLM space. The unique approaches to the space make it a very exciting time for PLM. I’d like to complement this series by taking a deeper look at the design side of PLM. I’ll
This is the next post in my series on Strategic Visions of the Major PLM Vendors 2104+. I admittedly stalled a little bit on my ambitious project to review the strategies of PLM vendors. I am back on it and next on the list is one of the most interesting PLM companies I follow, Aras. Let’s
I had the chance to talk with the leadership team at Siemens PLM last week during their annual industry analyst conference. Through a series of presentations, one-to-one meetings, customer speakers, and a very candid executive panel I got a very good view into how Siemens PLM is doing and where they are heading. I will
A peek into more research on how manufacturers and vendors plan to react to the market for CAD, CAE, PLM, and other engineering software in 2010 and beyond.
Research on the market for CAD, CAE, PLM, and other engineering software for 2010. 2009 was a very difficult year, no surprise. But what does 2010 look like? When will the market recover to pre-recession levels?