PlanetPTC Live’s Customer Panel: Insights from 3 companies who have moved to Creo

Yesterday at PlanetPTC Live, Sherry Fairbank hosted a PTC Creo customer panel.  PTC had 3 companies on the panel that moved from earlier versions of Pro/ENGINEER to PTC Creo.  They talked about their experience and shared advice with others who were planning to make the move.

Our customer speakers were:

  1. Stephane Lepage, VP of Design and Engineering at Tamaggo.  His company designs an incredibly cool 360 degree camera. They have 18 product development professionals, including 3 Industrial Designers who switched from SolidWorks to PTC Creo.
  2. Damian Castillo, CAD & Administration Manager for an industrial equipment company. They have 23 engineers currently using PTC Creo to design ground engaging tools, buckets, and specialized attachments.  They moved from Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0 to PTC Creo 1.0.
  3. Jan Stothfang, Senior Application Engineer for a consumer products company. They have 250 engineers using PTC Creo.  They moved from Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0 to Creo 1.0.

To read the highlights of the questions & answers from the panel, click here.

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