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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.

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Parenting and PLM Software Development

Parenting and PLM Software Development

PLM (product Lifecycle Management) is a methodology used in Manufacturing in which the central concept is Lifecycle. Life is a cycle that starts from birth and continues with growth and finally death. For human beings, pregnancy is 9 months and birth a few hours...

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Fashion faux-pas and software cost of ownership

Fashion faux-pas and software cost of ownership

Last year women jumpsuits were quite trendy and like pretty much every girl I know, I got one. Last week I wanted to wear it for a party, but due to too much good food over the holidays and a January lack of motivation to go the gym, it was a no go. As you are not reading Vogue but a blog about PLM, you are now thinking: what on earth is the connection with software? As a software company we are often given a list of features that a customer needs and they expect us to build a single solution to satisfy these requirements.

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Introducing our External App Platform

Introducing our External App Platform

In your company you probably hear this type of question: “Where are my changes?”, “What is taking so long?” or “What is holding up the process?”… and many people saying basically “I don’t want to understand Windchill, but I need the information it holds". That’s why...

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PLM as a Startup

PLM as a Startup

After 15 years working in PLM, we have seen that many PLM implementations are being  delivered late and only after lots of pain for everyone involved and some projects fail to deliver anything at all. So why is PLM so hard to implement? Why are the projects almost...

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