There is a lot to see in the Teamcenter Connection track at this year's conference in Dallas. If you are undecided about attending this year, you might be swayed by taking a look at the posted agenda. With only four days and hundreds of presentations, you will have a hard time deciding which presentations to attend and which to bypass.
This year the largest concentration of Teamcenter presentations are in the areas of BOM management, change management, performance tuning, upgrades, & global deployments. Other topics include 'What's New', product roadmaps, architecture updates, and all the 'shuns'; integrations, customizations, migrations, configurations, visualization, administration, foundation, & translations.
There are also a number of Teamcenter related roundtable discussions that you can attend including 2/4-Tier client deployment methodologies, Workflow enhancements, & security. These roundtables are great for meeting other people with similar interests and sharing information. Be sure to sign up early because seating is limited.
For those looking for some Teamcenter training, there are crash courses available including 'Introduction to BMIDE', 'Worfklow Failure Paths and Conditional Tasks', 'Schedule Manager', & 'Systems Engineering / Requirements Management' sprinkled through the week.
I hope you can make it this year. See you there!