Monthly Archives: January 2011

Plast Panorama: Faster Product Design with “CAD a la Carte”

The leading Danish publication ‘Plast Panorama’ recently interviewed Mike Campbell, Divisional Vice President of Creo Research and Development at PTC, regarding Creo. Find out more about Creo, the vision and strategy, and it’s breakthrough technologies. Read the full January 2011 article Note: This article is in Danish.

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In one minute or so: What does Creo mean to my business? (part 5)

What does Creo mean to partners? And are you sure it’s a good idea to put product development in more hands? In this group of videos, Jim Heppelmann, CEO of PTC, and Mike Campbell, Divisional Vice President of Creo Product Development answer questions related to Creo’s impact on partner and customer businesses. We’ve summarized their […]

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Need some quick work in the CAD system? Take a toad

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Do you know what a toady is? It comes from the expression toad-eater—someone who is so willing to please he or she will eat toads for another if needed. I’m not suggesting you ever ate little amphibians, but still. If you’re in a product development company and you’re not the engineer, you know the feeling. […]

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Japanese Creo Coverage in Tech-On and MONOist

The Japanese media recently published the highlights of a follow-on interview with Mike Campbell, Divisional Vice President for Creo at PTC. Discover how the Creo strategy was born, users’ first impressions, the Creo roadmap, and much more. Read the full Creo interview. Note: The article is in Japanese

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Post-Recession: Companies Must Innovate for Success

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There is growing evidence that the global manufacturing industry as a whole is slowing recovering from a multi-year economic slump. The good news, however, is accompanied by a generous amount of caution on the part of the consumer and manufacturers. While economic indicators show that consumer spending is on the rise, manufacturers must remain conservative, […]

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Beyond PLM: CAD, PLM and End of Microsoft Dominance

The  development PTC is doing around the new Creo Applications, and platforms raised multiple questions about availability of Creo Apps for platforms different from Windows. Mike Campbell of PTC is talking about availability of Creo Apps on non-Microsoft platforms. Read the full article

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In one minute or so: What happens to my other PTC products? (part 4)

[In our recent “One Minute or Less” series on this blog, PTC executives answered questions, via video, about Creo and what you could expect from it (here, here, and here). The questions keep coming. So, here’s another instalment —renamed “In One Minute or So” since executives need a little more time for the more detailed […]

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DEVELOP3D: Martyn Day sees Good Times Ahead

“2010 has been an interesting year for product development. Martyn Day takes a whistle stop tour of the last twelve months and, with good news on the horizon with regards to manufacturing, is already looking forward to 2011. … the market is shaping up for a significant change” Read the full article

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Creo Reactions from Italy

Here’s a selection of the great reactions we’ve received during December from two leading Italian publishers: “ the fundamental idea is to strengthen a company’s ability to innovate: Creo allows many more people to take part in product development… [PTC’s] process of revolutionizing CAD is only at the beginning, but it looks good.” Data Manager. […]

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Zero Uno Article: What CIOs are saying about CAD and PLM

Roberto Dolci, CIO at a leading Italian manufacturer, reviews the CAD and PLM industry, and shares his thoughts  on Creo, “Thanks to this new product, customers now have a platform that allows them to move from direct to parametric modeling seamlessly and has a product configurator fully developed, this is increasingly important in order to […]

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