Price, breadth of features, and product lifecycle management are what mostly separate CAD systems in corporate eyes.
Shifting alliances, the continued encapsulation of engineering expertise, and the drive to reduce the complexity of today's computer-aided design (CAD) systems are just some of the latest milestones on the path toward solids modeling becoming the de facto design engineering tool.
Not only has Dassault been writing code for getting expanded PLM functionality for users, it has also been acquiring some companies. Here’s a look.
People’s experiences—the product property that can lead to greater profitability—should be part of product lifecycle management, says Dassault Systèmes.
Must product life-cycle management (PLM) systems be up front and center? No. But by being there it can add assistance for collaboration and design.
Just what are the elements of a PLM system? Or could be? This article helps spell those out.
Most companies use CAD models to develop products. A number of companies are using simulation software to figure out how to best arrange their manufacturing resources, such as people and equipment. Rakesh Mahajan thinks that a real competitive advantage will be found by companies that do the best job of defining and refining their processes.
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