Join this webinar, with a special guest speaker from CIMdata, to learn more about the benefits of PLM in the cloud, and how Teamcenter can help you successfully navigate today’s and tomorrow’s opportunities with modern PLM.
Live Webinar | 17 September 2020 | 2:00 PM GMT
Navigate Today’s and Tomorrow’s Opportunities with PLM in the Cloud
Thinking about PLM to help you innovate faster, reduce costs, and speed up time to market? Have you considered PLM in the Cloud?
With PLM in the cloud, you get a future-ready environment to help you achieve your business goals, along with many other benefits, like ease of onboarding your users, and secure access to product lifecycle data anywhere, and on any device. You can limit IT resource requirements, and infrastructure costs, and speed up the time to realize PLM benefits. PLM in the cloud can save you time and money with the use of best-in-class, reliable, and durable cloud services that scale based on your business needs.
About Our Speakers:
Senior Consultant, Enterprise Value & Integration Practice Manager, CIMdata
Over 25 years of experience applying computer-based solutions to engineering and manufacturing. Before joining CIMdata in 2010, he worked as an independent PLM consultant, after spending over 20 years at high-volume manufacturing companies. Tom has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maine.
Director of Marketing, Teamcenter, Siemens Digital Industries Software
Over his 23 years in the PLM industry, Bill has held numerous roles helping customers achieve success with PLM. Bill has guided customers on their own PLM journeys, from helping customers identify problems where PLM can bring value to their organization, illustrating how PLM can solve those problems, all the way through to implementing PLM successfully.
Technical Product Manager, Siemens Digital Industries Software
Joined Siemens Digital Industries Software in 2002, focused in Services delivery of Teamcenter deployments with customers in Aerospace and Defense, High Tech, Automotive, Heavy Equipment and Energy industry sectors, before moving into Product Management in 2016 and in recent years focusing on Teamcenter on Cloud. Guy has a Masters in Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing from Cranfield University.