General Motors is now working with Aras Innovator on a number of substantial programs. We break down how they are implementing this software.
Digitalization and the Digital Thread
How is Engineering Documentation Managed Today?
How are companies managing engineering documentation? We break it down in one of our recent studies.
Onshape’s Latest Progress Data Management and More
Onshape has gone through a few changes recently. From data management to branching, we’ve broken down the companies latest improvements.
The Engineering Executive’s Conundrum
Change initiatives represent a real opportunity for improvement… and disruption. In this post, we talk about this catch-22 for engineering executives.
The Evolution of PLM at Whirlpool
How do you manage the cultural side of a PLM deployment? Whirlpool gave solid advice as PTC’s Liveworx. I’ve added my commentary to theirs.
Email: The Enemy of Collaboration
Let’s face it: Design by its very nature is an iterative and collaborative process. In any design project, you will often try one thing to see if it works. When that fails, you try a different approach and eventually (hopefully) meet success. This happens again and again, day after day, as engineers develop new designs. …
Documents and Spreadsheets: Highly Used by Those Making Design Decisions
This finding reveals how frequency and consistently those making design decisions use documents and spreadsheets.
Solid Edge: Meeting Customers Where They Live
The News and Capabilities At the PLM World event in Orlando, Siemens PLM announced a new data management approach for users of Solid Edge. Here’s the breakdown. The solution is based on cloud sharing services including Dropbox, Google Drive, Box and Microsoft’s OneDrive. It is the mechanism that will synch files between different desktops upon …
One-Quarter Still Use Paper to Execute Development Processes and Projects
Today, we’re living in a world highly enabled by digital technologies. They have become an integral part of our world, both professional and personal. That doesn’t mean, however, that we’ve completely let go of more antiquated methods of running product development. Understanding the extent of which more advanced technologies are used to enable development projects …