Why use Teamcenter product lifecycle management (PLM) for SolidWorks? Bladon Micro Turbine’s team of 10 SolidWorks designers was using product data management (PDM) and looking to upgrade. This pioneer in the design, development and manufacture of micro turbines chose Teamcenter to manage SolidWorks data and processes.
“The core reason for Teamcenter was its quick, out-of-the-box solution … and the initial focus was to replace our PDM system with a PLM system that can grow.”Thomas Chainiau, Mechanical Design Engineer, Bladon MT
“We wanted to introduce lifecycle control with Teamcenter. We already had quite well developed engineering change control processes, but they were run outside of PDM. Now we have lifecycle and process flow as part of the integrated PLM tool.”Neil Robson, Chief Engineer and Head of Engineering, Bladon MT
Read this Bladon MT infographic to see how the upgrade to Teamcenter PLM for SolidWorks made it easier for people at Bladon MT to find, share and reuse product information, improving bill of material (BOM) management and change processes.
See why Bladon MT chose a preconfigured, fast delivery option for Teamcenter. They got into production quickly with PLM that can grow as they grow … that’s easy to manage and maintain.
“I’m a mechanical design engineer, and I’m also responsible for deploying Teamcenter. The actual deployment is almost non-existent because all users have web browser access … before we had to deploy to each user. The infrastructure side is very easy to manage.”Thomas Chainiau, Mechanical Design Engineer, Bladon MT
With Teamcenter you have preconfigured options for delivery, from PDM to PLM, so you can get up and running in the way that’s best for your business. Learn how Teamcenter can be delivered quickly and cost-effectively for companies of all sizes, whether you choose cloud software-as-a-service (SaaS) with Teamcenter X or on-premise delivery with Teamcenter Rapid Start.