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Windchill 12 Platform Release

Windchill 12 Platform Release

We have released the Windchill Extension Platform for Windchill 12, the latest version of PTC award-winning PLM software, and it is available to download here.

The full complement of the extensions will be released in the next few days, along with some new ones too!

Back in the Office!

Back in the Office!

Finally we have the whole team together again! After more than 3 months of remote working the Wincom team is back together, observing all precautionary measures as the State of Alarm in Spain is in its final stages.

We hope all our partners and clients continue to successfully ride the turbulence of the Covid-19 Pandemic and will do our best to support them on our end.

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Coffee with a PLM Expert

Coffee with a PLM Expert

Join PTC-Wincom weekly sessions on Windchil Extensions Series from Tuesday, June 16, at 10 a.m. EST.

These interactive live demos on various extensions will include Q&A with PLM Experts from PTC and Wincom.

David Duncan

David Duncan

PTC VP Product Manager

Simon Heath

Simon Heath

Wincom Director and Chief Architect

This is a great opportunity to become more familiar with the Extensions to make the most of your Windchill. To sign up click here.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Go virtual or extinct

Go virtual or extinct

Go Virtual or Extinct

Now that human interaction will be limited for a while to come, how are business going to exhibit their products? Especially those with large and complex products, that customers took months to schedule business trips to see physically.

Another important cost and complexity is the organization of all the shows and fairs that companies relied on to get new business.

As countries across Europe are easing out of lockdown, businesses are planning for the new reality, which will primarily be a virtual one, if they are to keep the costs down and preserve efficiency.

Apart from the workforce layoff and demand collapse, companies have lost the opportunity to exhibit their products.

It will be a while before communications are restored, crowds are permitted to gather and worldwide fairs and expos reopen.

A number of companies have quickly reorganised themselves to switch online and restructured their strategy to hold virtual shows of their products.

 

Like Beneteau, for example – their virtual boat show came as a total success in substituting the annual live event in Florida, which had to be cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Last year, one of Wincom’s clients – a packaging equipment giant Comexi, moved all servicing of its products online, with the COOL Parts Ordering system.

Thanks to that, they have been able to continue carrying on with their business, with a major advantage against the competition.

Unlike real life, the choice of models to exhibit has no limit, which ensures even exposure of all products.

The solution we offered to Comexi works for any machine up to 100k parts and allows it to be used as a demo, incorporate it into an inventory or a sales system, and displays a high-precision virtual product down to the smallest bolt. This is a striking contrast with the rest of 3D modelling engines that provide a superficial view and are good for marketing purposes only.

 

Furthermore, unlike real life, the choice of models to exhibit has no limit, which ensures even exposure of all products.

In the end, it looks like the survival of the fittest is happening online.

Go virtual!