19 years ago
I heard they are using Teamcenter for all CAD vaulting and data retention, work flow, etc. I have also heard that they use UG in some of their manufacturing plants for NC programming.
: >>Our company is planning on upgrading all of our PC's From NT to XP later : >>this year but we are still running ProPDM 3.6. Is anyone running ProPDM on : >>Windows XP if so are there any performance problems I should know about. I : >>am unable to get this information from PTC as it is no longer a supported : >>product. : >>Thanks in advance for any info : >>
: > Hello- : >
: > We have a few XP systems that still have to use ProPDM. It works, but PTC : > won't offer any support if you run into problems. Even when they do offer : > support, its lame, so don't let this discourage the use of PDM on XP. : >
: > Good Luck! : > PS : >
: > David Janes : >
David - Good points. I'd like to be a fly on the wall for that conversation... If the sales force stability is anything like it is for me, I dare say CAT already has a different sales rep than they had.
May I ask why you say Unigraphics has a shaky future?
My experience with IntraLink was pretty positive. I think the lesson learned was to send users and the administrator to the training to get it set up well. Is there some basic fundamental difference between Pro/PDM and Windchill/IntraLink?
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