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TradeStone Software Presents Bamboo Rose
TradeStone’s merchandise lifecycle management (MLM) platform unifies the design, sourcing, ordering, and delivery of private-label and branded goods, allowing

cad footwear  wins owing to its CAD and engineering heritage. Rather than compete with many more competitors in the footwear space, TradeStone should focus on apparel or other areas with less competition. TradeStone in the Future While TradeStone is currently using Adobe Illustrator as a CAD and viewing tool, it is contemplating partnering with another PLM provider and other vendors of popular CAD products. The importance of integrating CAD and engineering tools within PLM has become apparent—even in the apparel Read More...
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PTC’s 2012 Annual Revenue Results Analysis: After-Sales Services Strategy Paying Off
Last week, PTC announced its fiscal year first quarter results for 2013. Though its license growth was weak this quarter compared with the same quarter last

cad footwear  domain. Its computer-aided design (CAD) (PTC Creo® and PTC Mathcad®) and PLM (PTC Windchill® and PTC Integrity™) revenue was nearly flat for the year and saw some decline in the last quarter of calendar year 2012. PTC services business including Servigistics and Arbortext saw steady growth throughout the year with a jump in the last quarter or Q4 of calendar year 2012 (see figure 1). For the sake of uniformity, the revenue data has been converted from PTC’s fiscal reporting year to calendar year. Read More...
Summarizing PTC’s Decades of Fervent In-House Innovation (and Acquisitions) - Part 1
Needham, Massachusetts (US)-based Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC, NASDAQ: PMTC) is an over USD 1 billion large software company that develops

cad footwear  via a lightweight 3D CAD model. Manufacturing and service companies have since been able to create and update their service and customer manuals that leverage product content managed by PTC’s PDM software. One use case scenario would be a field service technician fixing a washing or photocopier machine who needs succinct, visually supported instructions to make the repair quickly. The result is an increased effective time in the field to see more customers and lower repair costs. For more information o Read More...
Parametric Technology Corporation's Bold Vision Drives Growth and Innovation
Cooperative markets and clever strategies controlling internal developments and guiding marketing may help Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC) reach

cad footwear  (3D) and computer-aided design (CAD) market. This is a more profitable model to cover small accounts, and the reseller channel also sells the new hosted WindChill offering for SMBs. To further tap into the SMB market, the vendor offers PLM On Demand . PLM On Demand is a hosted PLM solution set with a new delivery model and operates through a partnership with IBM, arguably the industry leader for on-demand applications. It is powered by WindChill technology, and offers ProjectLink and PDMLink as initial co Read More...
PLM as a Strategic Weapon: An Underlying PlanetPTC Live 2011 Theme - Part 1


cad footwear  in addition to PTC’s CAD and field service ( Abortext) capabilities. With all this in mind, at PlanetPTC Live 2011 PTC expressed its desire to become US$1.6 billion company in 2014 Enterprise-wide Relevancy But beyond these hard numbers, PTC has become a relevant participant in conversations at many departments and management levels within corporations. Namely, when it comes to CEO’s, CIO’s (and other C-level executives), PTC’s solutions are able to help them in terms of globalization (developing Read More...
ANSYS Acquires SpaceClaim 3D CAD
ANSYS, a global provider of engineering simulation software, recently acquired SpaceClaim Corporation, provider of 3D modeling software for engineers. With the

cad footwear  Acquires SpaceClaim 3D CAD ANSYS , a global provider of engineering simulation software, recently acquired SpaceClaim Corporation , provider of 3D modeling software for engineers. Concord, Massachusetts-based SpaceClaim offers a 3D modeling tool that can be utilized by any engineer during the product development process. SpaceClaim and ANSYS have partnered in the past to offer customers ANSYS SpaceClaim Direct Modeler . SpaceClaim's flagship product is SpaceClaim Engineer, a fast 3D direct modeler tha Read More...
Vendor Profile: PTC's Offering for Retail, Footwear, and Apparel
This IDC Vendor Profile focuses on PTC’s FlexPLM product for the retail, footwear, and apparel (RFA) industry—a product that leverages the product lifecycle

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Siemens’ JT Data Format Gets a Nod from ISO
The year 2012 ended with a major win for (and perhaps a sigh of relief from) Siemens PLM Software, a business unit of the Siemens Industry Automation Division

cad footwear  consumed—as a JT—by other CAD systems for virtually any use case other than editing. When combined with Siemens Teamcenter PLM, the various native CAD files can be managed as a multi-CAD dataset with the complete assembly being represented by JT files that are linked to their CAD counterparts. As mentioned earlier, JT translators are available for all major CAD systems. JT is about 3D visualization and collaboration, so users generally create JT data along with their CAD models and keep them in a Read More...
Autodesk Goes Deeper into Digital Manufacturing
Autodesk recently announced its intention to acquire Delcam, a public supplier of computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), and

cad footwear  supplier of computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), and industrial measurement software for the manufacturing industry. Autodesk plans to acquire Delcam for £20.75 per share or approximately £172.5 million (revenues for Delcam’s fiscal 2012 were £47.1 million). The transaction, which will be structured as a cash offer for all the outstanding shares of Delcam, is subject to customary closing conditions, including regulatory approvals, and is expected to close in Autodesk's Read More...
Discrete Manufacturing-Industrial Equipment Manufacturing (based on Dynamics AX)
Special industry machinery manufacturing is considered one of the most demanding segments of discrete manufacturing, in part because every machine you

cad footwear  (PDM) & computer-aided design (CAD). Create and manage complex bids and quotations. Master complex engineer-to-order processes. Provide strong customer service and support. Integrate your business applications with computer-aided design (CAD), product data management (PDM), and product lifecycle management (PLM). Focus on lean project-based manufacturing Read More...
PTC Live Global 2013: All About Design for “Servitization” —Part Two
Last week on the TEC blog I talked about market shifts and technological changes that are reshaping the competitive landscape for manufacturing firms, based on

cad footwear  following businesses and brands: CAD ( Creo and MathCAD ), contributing about 40 percent of PTC revenues; PLM ( Windchill ), ALM ( MKS Integrity ), and supply chain management (SCM, Windchill FlexPLM ), contributing about 45 percent of revenues; and SLM (Servigistics, 4CS , Arbortext , and the most recently acquired Enigma , see my blog post about the acquisition ), generating the remaining 15 percent of revenues. There is lots of work in progress integrating Windchill and Servigistics, but no official ne Read More...
Product Lifecycle Management: Expediting Product Innovation
The highly competitive product manufacturing market makes true product lifecycle management (PLM) inevitable. PLM helps companies map product requirements to

cad footwear  is storing the generated CAD data in a centralized, secure, and easily accessible place. It's also important for design engineers to be able to check in or check out these files on a daily basis during the design cycle. This gives designers more control over the product design, since the centralized storage of product data makes for an information-rich product development process. Furthermore, incorporating a strict approval mechanism enables designers to do things right the first time. Precise CAD data i Read More...
If There's One Thing CRM Tells Us: Don't Do PLM the Same Way
Product lifecycle management (PLM) doesn't work, but it should. Industry's general approach and attitude to PLM mimics the early days of customer relationship

cad footwear  2: Choosing between the CAD and ERP Vendor Both CAD and ERP vendors will attempt to sell you PLM—the middle piece between CAD and ERP—using similar fear, uncertainty, and doubt arguments. ERP vendors will argue that you should choose their PLM because their ERP controls the commercial data, and is also the system that has the largest user population; users who are going to provide the valuable feedback and input to the design process. CAD vendors, on the other hand, will argue that they control the Read More...
Case Study: R.G. Barry
R.G. Barry, a leading developer and marketer of accessory footwear, lacked real-time visibility into production schedules at its factories. As a result, the

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Aras Announces VPLM for Autodesk Vault
A week before the Autodesk University 2012 conference, Aras, a provider of enterprise-class open source product lifecycle management (PLM) software solutions

cad footwear  system for managing Autodesk’s CAD data. Both Aras VPLM and Autodesk PLM 360 sit on top of Autodesk Vault to provide add-on PLM functionality, so they are now in direct competition. Aras’ value prop comes from a more mature product and more out-of-the-box functionality. And if a company that uses Autodesk design software with Autodesk Vault needs PLM, but is hesitant about going to the cloud, it now has an on-premise option. As Aras VPLM runs on the customer’s servers and network (as opposed to Read More...

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