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Social PLM and CRM - Dassault Systèmes and Netvibes (Under the Exalead Brand)
The voice of the customer (VOC) concept has been around for decades, but the Internet and social media technologies have finally enabled it to its fullest

3dvia player  experiences. These services include 3DVIA , for realistic 3D (“lifelike”) experiences, Exalead , for intelligent search and search-based applications, and 3DSwYm for online collaboration and social innovation. The traditional lion’s share of the market and highest adoption of PLM and CAD solutions has been in the discrete industries such as automotive, aerospace & defense (A&D), heavy equipment, industrial machinery, and high-tech & electronics. But these solutions are now being readily adopted by

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