Customer Successes

windchill pdmlink
8 Results Found
  1. PTC’s Windchill Medical Device Template improves project management, design control and regulatory compliance
  2. Axeon, of Dundee, Scotland, is Europe’s largest independent lithium-ion battery systems supplier, processing over 70 million cells a year and supplying volume production of batteries for global markets. The company designs and manufactures large-scale automotive grade battery systems for electric and hybrid-electric vehicles, using Creo Elements/Pro and Windchill by PTC.
  3. “Windchill PDMLink helps us to automate documentation production processes in all departments within the company.” Fimi S.p.a.
  4. “Thanks to PDMLink and Randit, we have clearly improved productivity, reducing traditional paper-based documentation for ISO process.” Sebastiano Cataudo, PDM administrator, Plast Project S.r.l.
  5. PTC Customer and Performance Partner Increases Efficiency and Performance while Cutting Costs.
  6. This CIMdata PLM Implementation Brief describes the results of a CIMdata interview with FN Herstal, a PTC customer. The intent of the interview was to understand why companies should, and in fact need to invest in PLM-enabling collaborative solutions during stressful as well as prosperous economic times. This Brief originally appeared with others in CIMdata’s “Economic Benefits of PLM-Enabled Collaboration” whitepaper, published in May 2009.
  7. This CIMdata PLM Implementation Brief describes the results of a CIMdata interview with SKF Group, a PTC customer. The intent of the interview was to understand why companies should, and in fact need to invest in PLM-enabling collaborative solutions during stressful as well as prosperous economic times. This Brief originally appeared with others in CIMdata’s “Economic Benefits of PLM-Enabled Collaboration” whitepaper, published in May 2009.
  8. “PTC Windchill PDMLink enables us to standardize and optimize product development processes – especially with respect to variant management, engineering change requests and documentation requirements.” Ralf Twellmann, Engineering Manager