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How to Transform Product Development with Easy Access to PLM data

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 11-May-2017 14:00:00

In 2012, a report by IDC suggested that organisations were only using 0.5% of the data they produced. Alone, that’s a worrying statistic, but combine it with a 2013 finding that 90% of the world’s data had been created in the previous two years, and there’s clearly a rather large hole down which business metrics are falling.

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How to Handle Tough Product Development Deadlines

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 24-Mar-2017 15:05:00

“Just one more thing,” says the person in charge of the product specification.

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How Best-In-Class Companies Use Simulation to Their Advantage

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 14-Sep-2016 13:30:00

The prospect of improving the quality of products without adding cost or employee time seems like a pipe dream, doesn't it? It is possible, though, and can be achieved with the introduction of simulation during the design process.

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Seven Ways That IoT is Impacting on Product Development

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 05-Sep-2016 12:00:00

The prophecies of 1980s science fiction movies appear to have been rather accurate. We can now walk into our homes, shout “lights!” and watch as the room illuminates; our cars talk to us and guide us to our destination; our mobile phones can recognise inference and respond to natural questioning; smartwatches track our heart rates and daily steps.

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Webinar: Impact of Emerging Technologies on Product Development

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 13-Jun-2016 12:30:00

It’s no surprise that emerging technologies (such as 3D printing, Internet of Things (IoT) and augmented reality) are going to change the way we all think about product development. Chances are you’re already starting to think about how these technologies will change the way you work and what they’ll mean for future product development.

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How to get best-in-class product development with Creo Essentials

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 19-Oct-2015 11:11:00

Did you know that only that only a small percentage of small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) have set up a best-in-class product design environment [source: Aberdeen Research]? This might surprise you, but it’s true. It means that many manufacturers out there simply aren’t prepared or well positioned to handle new challenges as they arise. In fact, they can very quickly find themselves out maneuvered by the competition.

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Three New Videos to Help You Advance Your Skills in Creo 3.0

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 21-Aug-2015 10:03:00

When it comes to learning new skills, there’s nothing like seeing how something works in practice.  We've curated together three of the latest videos to help you advance your skills in Creo 3.0. 

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Two Factors You Need to Manage Unexpected Product Development Changes

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 12-Aug-2015 11:30:00

Change is a fact of life. It’s going to happen whether you like it or not: it’s a well-known challenge for any manufacture. Whether it’s new customer requirements, unexpected delays in a project or a supplier failing to deliver, it’s something we all have to face.

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What you need to consider during your product development process

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 11-Feb-2015 09:35:00

When it comes to your current processes in product development, here are some important questions to consider:

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What You Need to Know About Checkpoints in PTC Creo DEX

Posted by Emma Rudeck on 29-Jan-2015 09:47:00

When you’re facing a design challenge, changes are you’re going to be looking at lots of different options to find the right solution. Initially, this might mean sketching out ideas in rough or brainstorming concepts that still need development. After you’ve explored these early ideas, you’ll want to develop the best of these ideas further and look at them in greater detail.

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