Tag Archives: Product Data Management

Toyota Conquers Product Development Challenges with PTC Creo

Toyota Motor Corporation has been a loyal and successful user of PTC solutions for the last twelve years, according to Koichi Shimizu, the General Manager of Digital Simulations in the automobile company’s Engineering Management division. The company plans to upgrade to PTC Creo 3.0 this summer, including PTC Creo Parametric, PTC Creo Layout, PTC Mathcad […]

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PDM Capabilities: The Right Fit for Small Organizations

Chad Jackson, Lifecycle Insights

Technology can be a powerful thing. But is it always a good fit for every organization? The proposed advantages and benefits may sound appealing, but sometimes new tech can actually introduce more bureaucracy and disruption than it solves. In today’s post, I’ll look at what aspects of PLM and PDM systems make sense for smaller […]

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Tech-Clarity TV – How to Buy PDM

By Jim Brown This episode of Tech-Clarity TV provides insight and guidance on how to buy the best Product Data Management (PDM) system for your business. The video describes the high-level criteria that manufacturers can use to determine which software solution will best meet their needs. The requirements span functional, implementation, adoption, support, and vendor considerations. In […]

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Smaller Manufacturer? Benchmarking PDM Software Scaled Just for You

Manufacturers everywhere struggle to effectively manage engineering data. It seems easy at first to keep track of concept designs, engineering models, technical drawings, and assemblies. But with time, homegrown filing systems become a headache for product developers who need to find, re-use, and share data. Often, developers simply recreate what they need rather than try […]

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Best of PTC PDM: Data Management Talk and Tools

Manufacturers everywhere struggle to effectively manage engineering data. It seems easy at first to keep track of concept designs, engineering models, technical drawings, and assemblies. But as you grow, simple filing systems become a nightmare when you need to quickly find, share, or reuse data. Who has the most recent version? Is someone working on […]

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Appliance Maker Adds 25% Cushion to Design Cycle with PTC Creo and PTC Windchill

First and foremost, Guangzhou Wanbao wants you to be comfortable. Is your bath water warm enough? Is it getting stuffy in this room? Need more ice in your drink? Wanbao is on it. China-based Guangzhou Wanbao specializes in household appliances, air conditioners, and water heaters. With $143 million in capital, six production sites, and more […]

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Narae Nanotech: Design Approval Comes 67% Faster with CAD and PDM

You’ve probably never heard of Narae Nanotech. But by 2030, the company thinks you, and everybody else, will know its name. Well, at least everybody interested in electronic displays. It’s all part of the 20-year plan. The ambitious Yongin, South Korean manufacturer of coating and printing equipment for display technology (think smart phone screens) is […]

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TERA Semicon Drives Its Own Destiny with CAD and PDM

When you read the history of TERA Semicon, you can see right away that the company has had a strong vision and direction from Day 1. The South Korean company began developing high-temperature heat treatment equipment in 2002 during what it calls its “foundation phase.” It established an in-house research facility, and it laid the […]

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Too Soon for PDM?

What do you think? Does Padmini need PDM? Padmini VNA Mechatronics is a privately held company in India that designs and manufactures automobile components like valves, sensors, and vacuum pumps. It uses PTC Creo for design. Many of its products are developed within the company’s own R&D, manufacturing, and test facilities. The company is considered […]

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Desktop Engineering: Vendors Try to ‘Rightsize’ PLM for Smaller Businesses

For more than a decade, larger manufacturers have come to rely on product lifecycle management (PLM) to help deal with increasing design and manufacturing complexity, but the software tools have traditionally been expensive and difficult to deploy, keeping smaller companies at bay. PLM vendors have struggled to break into the SMB market, but their approaches–mostly […]

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