PDM for SolidWorks at Briggs & Stratton Improves Accuracy

By Margaret Furleigh

Briggs & Stratton leverages PDM for SolidWorks

For designers at Briggs & Stratton using PDM for SolidWorks, the switch to Teamcenter was a real eye-opener! Without leaving their SolidWorks design environment, they use Teamcenter to access capabilities from product data management (PDM) to product lifecycle management (PLM).

“Teamcenter is a fairly advanced data management tool, much more advanced than anything that the SolidWorks users would be used to in the SolidWorks world,” … “It’s very easy to use because it’s embedded right within SolidWorks so they can get to it very easily … they can get the value of a full enterprise solution, but have it be within the environment they’re used to in SolidWorks.”

Brian Quincey, PLM Manager at Briggs & Stratton. 

Experience cloud software-as-a-service (SaaS) PLM with the Teamcenter X free trial, an option for SolidWorks customers to get instant-on PLM! 

To hear from Briggs & Stratton about their PDM solution for SolidWorks users, watch the video:

Now that you’ve heard about Teamcenter for SolidWorks designers, want to see how it looks? Register for our SolidWorks webinar, Best PDM for SolidWorks Designers to see a series of demonstrations that show how Teamcenter works inside the SolidWorks design environment. Learn how to save your design team time and drive up productivity by 25 percent!

SolidWorks customers can get started with Teamcenter quickly and cost-effectively. Read our blog about enterprise PDM deployed in as little as one week, or watch our webinar Unlock the Secrets to SolidWorks PDM to learn more, or download the fact sheet.

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