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Aras Announces VPLM for Autodesk Vault
A week before the Autodesk University 2012 conference, Aras, a provider of enterprise-class open source product lifecycle management (PLM) software solutions

autodesk inventor  manager for designers using Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD. Certainly, Autodesk has Vault for PDM on-premise, and the still nascent Autodesk PLM 360 offering in the cloud. This combination is not yet much competition against the mainstream big three PLM players (i.e., ENOVIA, Teamcenter, and Windchill) but is a significant one against Aras. But, while Autodesk PLM 360 is still more suitable for small to medium businesses (SMBs), Aras can support complex and customized needs. Item-based and

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Shifts in Payment Models for CAD Deployments


Given the recent desktop virtualization move for PTC Creo, it will be interesting to watch whether PTC will start offering subscriptions for some Creo apps (and Dassault Systèmes for SolidWorks). This is especially interesting in light of the recent move of Siemens Solid Edge to subscription licensing, and also since Autodesk is now offering its desktop and other design products on a pay-as-you-go

autodesk inventor  one can put SolidWorks, Autodesk Inventor , Solid Edge, and even PTC CoCreate (now Creo/Elements Direct ) in the mid-market category, and Dassault CATIA, Siemens NX , and PTC Creo Parametric (formerly Pro/E ) in the large enterprise category. For the latter, I don’t see subscription or cloud models coming any time soon. The reason for Autodesk to do pay-as-you-go is that it fits with the vendor’s overall strategy in how it targets professional (and even consumer) users. The reason for Solid Edge to Read More

Autodesk Ushers In the Era of Cloud CAM


As manufacturing is one of the major growth opportunities for Autodesk, during the recent Autodesk University 2013 conference the vendor unveiled Autodesk CAM 360 , the industry’s first cloud-based solution for computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), based on the 2012 acquisition of HSMWorks Apps. By leveraging the cloud, CAM 360 allows users to take advantage of collaboration tools and shared data storage, and provides users with ease of use and flexibility.

autodesk inventor  (for SolidWorks ) On-premises Autodesk Inventor HSM Cloud Autodesk CAM 360, which is HSMWorks re-architected on Autodesk’s Neutron core of the Autodesk 360 platform to work smoothly with Fusion 360 and other Autodesk 360 cloud products (currently with no integration to other CAD systems out of the box) The above three CAM versions have more than 95 percent the same CAM capabilities, which are platform independent; the differences are about implementations, integrations, etc. Thus, CAM 360 is the Read More

Autodesk Releases 2014 Design and Creativity Suites


Marrying desktop and cloud design experience for more comprehensive industry workflows continues to be a theme at Autodesk. The latest Autodesk Design and Creation Suites offer access to the Autodesk 2014 software portfolio for building, product, plant, and factory design; engineering, construction, and infrastructure; and entertainment creation professionals. Desktop and Cloud Design

autodesk inventor  containing Autodesk Revit and Autodesk Inventor software allow customers, such as building product manufacturers, to simplify and export an Inventor model into a Revit file format for the construction environment without exposing any sensitive intellectual property. Autodesk Portfolio  The 2014 family of Autodesk Design and Creation Suites includes the following: Autodesk AutoCAD Design Suite Autodesk Building Design Suite Autodesk Entertainment Creation Suite Autodesk Factory Design Suite Autodesk Read More

Autodesk Jumps on the Browser-based 3D Design Bandwagon


Autodesk is executing well along its main messages: cloud offerings are doing well, there is ongoing expansion in manufacturing, and the complete suite offering is working. The vendor recently announced that its customers will now be able to access Autodesk design tools via a Web browser, allowing access to full-fledged 3D design, engineering, and entertainment work without sacrificing performance, power, or functionality.

autodesk inventor  the eve of the Autodesk University 2013 conference, Autodesk is executing well along its main messages: cloud offerings are doing well, there is ongoing expansion in manufacturing , and the complete suite offering is working. The vendor recently announced that its customers will now be able to access Autodesk design tools via a Web browser . These tools include Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Revit, Autodesk Maya , and Autodesk 3ds Max . Autodesk customers can access full-fledged 3D design, engineering, and Read More

PTC Creo Elements/Direct 19.0 Is Available


PTC announces the availability of version 19 of its direct modeling computer aided design (CAD) software PTC Creo Elements/Direct. P.J. brings you the details from the PTC Live Global 2014 conference.

autodesk inventor  import of SolidWorks and Autodesk Inventor data enables teams to quickly and easily incorporate design information without the need for additional software. The use of optimized design workflows for regularly used features increases productivity. In addition, the introduction of template-based drawing creation enables the reuse of existing drawings as a starting point.   New 2D and 3D concept–design capabilities, new sheet metal capabilities, and more scalable data management are other major features. Read More

CAD-centric PLM, ERP-centric PLM, and Organic PLM: What's Right for You? - Part 3


Part 1 of this blog series started with the assertion that product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions are becoming increasingly important to enterprises in a strategic sense. However, not all PLM products are created equal, especially in light of their different origins. I then explored the advantages and weaknesses of the first group of PLM solutions: those coming from stalwart

autodesk inventor  , and PTC ( Autodesk and Gerber Technology have only recently joined the PLM fray). Then, I analyzed the advantages of the second PLM group: the Big Three  enterprise resource planning (ERP)  vendors - SAP, Oracle , and Infor ( NGC Software would be an ERP and PLM combination in the fashion/apparel industry). Part 2 analyzed the typical shortcomings of ERP-based PLM offerings and concluded with the current state of affairs of PLM implementations . In a nutshell, the reality is that PLM implementations Read More

Autodesk Expands Its Visualization Technology Footprint


Autodesk has been making significant investments to enhance its portfolio of visualization and computer-aided engineering (CAE) software, primarily by acquiring niche software vendors. In an effort to achieve more depth in its visualization portfolio, Autodesk has acquired PI-VR, a privately held German software vendor that focuses on 3D visualization technology. This acquisition is in line with

autodesk inventor  Its Visualization Technology Footprint Autodesk has been making significant investments to enhance its portfolio of visualization and computer-aided engineering (CAE) software, primarily by acquiring niche software vendors. In an effort to achieve more depth in its visualization portfolio, Autodesk has acquired PI-VR , a privately held German software vendor that focuses on 3D visualization technology. This acquisition is in line with Autodesk’s Digital Prototyping approach that combines design, Read More

Embraer to Overhaul Its PLM Platform with PTC Windchill


In a well-established upper-range product lifecycle management (PLM) market total platform replacements are a rare occurrence. Brazil-based Embraer, one of the world’s largest aircraft manufacturers, has recently selected PTC’s Windchill PLM technology solutions to “help bring new innovative aircraft to market faster, more efficiently, and with the highest levels of quality.” With the switch from

autodesk inventor  way.  Related TEC material Autodesk University 2012: Of Design Cloud, Mobility, and Community (Jan 2013) Dissecting Dassault Systèmes’ V6 R2013x 3DEXPERIENCE Platform (Dec 2012) Siemens Teamcenter Going to the PLM Cloud (Oct 2012) PTC Acquires Servigistics – Doubles Up on Its “Product and Service Advantage” Mantra (Aug 2012) CAD-centric PLM, ERP-centric PLM, and Organic PLM: What’s Right for You? – Part 3 (June 2012) Has SAP Become a PLM Factor to Be Reckoned With? (June 2011) Read More

Patent Law - the Open Source Movement of the 18th Century


Recent patents issued to Amazon.com and Priceline.com on their online business methods have caught competitors by surprise. “It’s a monopoly!” they say. Of course it is.

autodesk inventor  Law - the Open Source Movement of the 18th Century Patent Law - the Open Source Movement of the 18th Century C. McNulty -May 8, 2000 Event Summary In March, Q. Todd Dickinson, Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office, announced a new initiative to ensure that patents granted for software-implemented business methods are of the highest quality and benefit to the growing electronic commerce industry. In remarks to the San Franci Read More

On-demand Product Life Cycle Management: Not Just for Small to Medium Businesses Anymore


Product lifecycle management (PLM) is set to transition to an on-demand model. On-demand models are quicker and cheaper to deploy, but software providers must gain user enterprises' trust before on-demand PLM really takes off.

autodesk inventor  Dassault Systemes ; and Autodesk , which offers a hosted version of Streamline. These solutions are targeted squarely at the mid-market, and are more or less subsets of the full PLM suite of products available through the traditional software delivery model. Summary Questions concerning on-demand PLM abound. When will on-demand PLM applications become broadly adopted, both by SMB and Fortune 5,000 enterprises? Will a Salesforce.com equivalent for PLM emerge? To what extent will larger enterprises employ Read More

Microsoft Analyst Event Part Three: What Else Can Dynamics Do, and What’s Next?


Microsoft recently held its annual Dynamics Fall Analyst Event (FAE) in Redmond, Washington, where news about the company’s Windows 8 platform (see Part One of this blog series) and Microsoft Dynamics products (see Part Two of this blog series) was released. Among the demos and tours was info on some of the lesser-known data platforms and business intelligence (BI) capabilities for Microsoft

autodesk inventor  wants to buy, say, Autodesk ), Microsoft could at least do something about product ideation and project portfolio management (PPM) given its related collaborative tools like SharePoint , Skype, Yammer , and Microsoft Project . In fact, PTC has SharePoint-based products called Windchill PPMlink and SocialLink , and Windchill ProjectLink based on Microsoft Project. Buying Sopheon and Autodesk would bring a nice SMB solution for Microsoft, but that is just speculation. Enterprise asset management (EAM) and Read More

Filling the Holes and Breaking Down Artificial Walls in a Process PLM Solution Set - Part 1


The product lifecycle management (PLM) software market for process industries (food @ beverage, life sciences, chemicals, paints, consumer products, etc.) is serviced by a plethora of solution providers, but it hasn’t been well-defined as compared to its counterparts in the discrete manufacturing and fashion (apparel) industry segments. Indeed, the Process PLM solution market

autodesk inventor  PTC , Dassault, Siemens, Autodesk , SAP, Oracle, Arena Solutions, Omnify Software , Infor, etc.), most process PLM solutions are partial (point) solutions. During the formation phase of this PLM software category most of these vendors had a highly specialized (narrow) expertise and have thus developed targeted solutions. For example, Sopheon has mostly  product & portfolio management (PPM)  and product requirements expertise, while none of the main process PLM players have research applications, Read More

Progress Software Rounds Out its RPM Offering with Corticon Buy


Progress Software (NASDAQ: PRGS), a software solutions and platforms provider that enables enterprises to be operationally responsive, is ending 2011 on quite a positive note. Not long after its partner and user conference Progress Revolution 2011 this fall (see TEC’s exhaustive report on the multiday event), the company first picked its new CEO in Autodesk’s former top executive Jay Bhatt in late

autodesk inventor  its  new CEO in Autodesk ’s former top executive Jay Bhatt in late November  (well thought-out succession planning, as the company’s outgoing CEO Rick Reidy announced that he would be stepping down several months ago). Then, in early December 2011, Progress acquired privately held Corticon Technologies , an innovative  business rules management system (BRMS)  provider. The company’s official  press release can be found here . Why Corticon? Corticon BRMS services and related products are used Read More