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Cloud PLM: Overcoming the Hurdles to Adoption

Posted by Adrian Lowe on 14-Dec-2017 16:30:00

With the ability to scale up and down as needed and a faster time to value, it’s no wonder organisations are increasingly moving their PLM to the cloud.

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How IoT Data Can Help you to Reduce Unplanned Downtime

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 19-Sep-2016 14:00:00

By 2020, experts believe the number of Internet-connected devices in use worldwide will reach 20.8 billion. In 2016 alone, it is predicted that 5.5 million ‘things’ will join the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution every single day.

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11 New Features in Windchill 11.0 That are Worth Shouting About

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 16-Aug-2016 12:00:00

The process of managing the entire lifecycle of a product from initial idea scribbled in the back of a notebook to eventual release is incredibly complex. It therefore stands to reason that manufacturers need the best, freshest tools if they’re to get products to market efficiently.

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The Intersection of PLM and Internet of Things in Windchill 11

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 29-Mar-2016 12:00:00

The PLM industry has had a problem.

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3 Ways Windchill 11 Improves BOM Management

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 22-Mar-2016 11:33:00

In today's world of evolving product complexity, especially with smart, connected products, product development processes themselves need to evolve. Companies must now manage a complete product definition, including all aspects of electronic, mechanical and software. This definition must be understood across all disciplines contributing to product development. It must be understood and viewed across the entire lifecycle, from to release to obsolete.

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The Insider's Guide to Role-Based Apps in Windchill 11

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 17-Mar-2016 11:50:00

We're all used to instant, intuitive apps on our phones, which can be downloaded and used without training. Well why not have the same experience for PLM? Having ready access to information is especially important for product development companies where product-related information is their most valuable asset.

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Four New Features in Windchill 11 to Help Your Product Development

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 14-Mar-2016 10:42:00

Manufacturers have unprecedented opportunities to add value to their customers. At the same time, these opportunities are making their world more complex. Now, products are going to exist on the product itself. But they may also exist in the cloud and in the app that someone has on their phone. All of a sudden, this idea of product development becomes more interesting and more complex.

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A Short Introduction to Windchill 11: A Fresh Look at PLM

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 08-Mar-2016 15:30:00

Groundbreaking, innovative and industry defining; Windchill 11 is the first smart, connected PLM system. Windchill 11features easy access to powerful data for everyone – across the entire product lifecycle. It enables you to maximise productivity, quality and service. From design to manufacturing, to deployment, and back, Windchill 11 is smart, giving you easier and more efficient PLM access to drive collaboration and innovation.

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The Modern Approach to Product Lifecycle Management

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 03-Feb-2016 16:44:00

Businesses are demanding more than ever before from engineering. And, as the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes more and more prevalent in our manufacturing processes, our approaches to managing product development needs to adapt too. Smart, connected products are more complex to design, build and service. So multiple teams are expected to collaborate on the design stage before the product is even created. Through integrated and connected systems, teams are expected to provide faster time to market.  How can this all be achieved? It requires a modern approach to product lifecycle management.

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3 Reasons Why Shifting to Calm Technologies is Gaining Momentum

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 20-Nov-2015 12:14:00

The term “calm technologies” refers to the applications that cut down on digital noise for high-volume data. This means the user only views information that is relevant to a task, increasing their focus. The engineering and manufacturing world traditionally operates with software that was noisy. But now quiet solutions are gaining momentum. The new era of calm technologies is the idea that we reduce distractions to our workflow without losing any functionality.

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