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May 10, 2010


ProductPoint Australia

It should be noted that ProductPoint on its own isn't a PLM, but rather a PDM. It only becomes PLM when deployed in tandem with a full Windchill installation - in which case the ProductPoint layer might not be needed anyway.

The real advantage to ProductPoint is for small business who don't need PLM (like a CAD studio, machine shop or engineering firm) with existing Microsoft infrastructure (SharePoint 3.0) to upgrade that to a multi-CAD PDM.

A LOT of interesting things will be happening from PTC in this direction..

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