The Creo Pledge

Creo isn’t just a new technology or idea. For us, it’s a philosophy.

We captured this philosophy in “The Creo Pledge,” and since we launched Creo in October 2010, we’ve been carrying that pledge around with us everywhere. We tack it up on the walls of our booth, consult it as we develop the software, and write about it on this blog and in the press.

Many of us have already signed the Creo Pledge… physically or online.  Now we invite you to sign too. When you sign,

  • You tell us you want us to stay true to our vision.
  • You hold us accountable as we see names tied to our promises.
  • You give us a sense of personalization and purpose as we work.

What you DON’T do is give us permission to use your pledge information to send you sales or marketing communications without your permission. That’s not what this is about.

Sign the pledge here. Oh, and stick around after you’ve entered your name and address…there’s an individual celebration we’ve created just for you when you sign!

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2 Comments

  1. Arshad Ali
    Posted Mar 16, 2011 at 6:12 am | Permalink

    I am using pro-e 5, normally i use to learn through help files and books. The system of help files is based on html unlike the normal compiled help file in chm which is the standard help file system from the beginning. The chm version of help file is helpful in reading on an i pad through chm reader which facilitate the reader to bookmark as well. I have copied several chm books of Auto desk inventor and Solidworks and learned them at a good pace. I would recommend to have chm help file for pro e or creo to make help files a better look.

    Thanks

    best regards

    • Geoff Hedges
      Posted Mar 24, 2011 at 3:41 pm | Permalink

      Hi Arshad,

      Thanks for your comments. With the Creo 1.0 release, we’ll be publishing lots of short tutorials on Learning Exchange http://learningexchange.ptc.com/. It’s a web site featuring how-to and other useful videos by our developers and various PTC experts. Best of all, it’s completely free—just because we want you to succeed at using PTC products. You can visit the current version for free learning materials for Creo Elements/Pro, Creo Elements/Direct, Mathcad, Arbortext, Windchill, and others.

      And if you want to know more about Learning Exchange, here’s a short introduction.

      Best Regards,
      Geoff

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