Partner Presentations

  • Those accepted will need to submit an electronic copy of their presentation by April 22, 2016.  Accepted abstract presentations will be included in the conference proceedings that will be available to all conference attendees.
  • Please Read the Presenter's Guidelines before Submitting your Abstract.
  • As a presenter from one of our partner companies, you will be expected to utilize a compensated pass from within your company’s specific partner package. The main contact from each partner company was given a Vendor Registration code to be used for complimentary registration.  Please contact them or Sarah Sandag with additional questions.  Additional partner passes can be purchased at a reduced rate of $945 to cover the cost of additional presenters. 

Submitted Topics Include:

Business Process Improvement

Managers and thought leaders interested in discussions focusing on improving business processes based on best practices and lessons learned from a process, tool and people perspective

  • Moving from document centric to part centric
  • Using external data for product definition (cost, quality, manufacturing, delivery of parts, etc.)
  • Metrics for a successful PMI/MBE implementation – lessons learned, what to look out for
  • Comparison and migration of UI’s – when to use what and how to migrate existing user (rich , thin, active workspace)
  • A systems approach to PLM (design, sell, and build).
  • How to sell PLM outside of CAD
  • Manufacturing work instructions with integration to BOM

User Experience

Users interested in improving the efficiency in the usage of the software tools today by learning new techniques, exploring additional software capability or attending specific training classes

  • PMI – best practices, assembly PMI, Using PMI on feature-rich parts
  • Standard Practices for Robust Modeling
  • NX Wave Best Practices
  • Weld Wizard
  • Template and part family modeling best practices
  • Reference Set – part attributes vs. reference sets
  • Active workspace for the CAD designer comparison (rich, thin, active workspace)
  • Active workspace for the change process
  • Programming (checkmate, SNAP, NX Open, etc.)

Deployment Excellence  

Issues and solutions facing IT professionals responsible for architecture, configuration, performance, and deployment of business critical systems 

  • Multi-site Roundtable
  • Standard processes for ensuring a successful Teamcenter upgrade
  • Removal of items in Teamcenter that were incorrectly entered
  • Best practices for documenting and capturing Teamcenter configuration changes
  • Workflow – best practices & improvements, mark-ups, improving user experience, troubleshooting workflows
  • Database backup strategies
  • Security strategy and best practices
  • Data Migration – tips and best practices

IMPORTANT: You must review and agree to the following consent before proceeding with submission of your abstract and biography: you or you on behalf of company named above, if any, "presenter" consents to the use by PLM World, Inc. and PLM World authorized designees including but not limited to its partners and affiliates ("PLM World, Inc and PLM World authorized designees are collectively called "PLM World") of your entire presentation (defined to include abstract, biography bullet items, and any follow up refined presentation you will be asked to do at a later date, if your presentation is accepted) as referenced below in the manner authorized by this release. presenter hereby grants to PLM World on a non exclusive basis, during the term of the copyright, without the need to request additional approvals in the future, the right to reproduce the presentation, either individually or as part of a collective work; to distribute copies of the presentation to the public by sale or license or other method by all means, now known or hereinafter developed, including electronic means and in new media and to distribute through electronic content that is downloadable from the Internet or from CD ROM, to adapt the presentation to make changes or alterations, in whole or in part, as long as the context of use is not materially changed or the presenter's trademark changed in any way, to include the presentation in a member depository, and to display the presentation. For avoidance of doubt, the grant of rights set forth herein shall be read to include, but not be limited to the rights to distribute the presentation either individually or as part of a collective work, to publish it in handouts and newsletters, to display it on PLM World's website or by way of download to electronic devices or electronic media to potential customers, to distribute through CD-Rom, DVD, audio mp3, video, broadcast, web casts, telephone seminars. Presenter authorizes the use of presenter's name on the presentation and in a collective work and in any supplements or revisions thereof. Presenter warrants that presenter is 18 and is either the owner of the copyright or has the capacity and authority to act on behalf of the company named above to give the rights granted herein to PLM World, that the presentation contains no libelous or inaccurate statements, that the presentation will not infringe any statutory or common law copyright and that the presentation will not violate any right of privacy or publicity, or otherwise violate any law or any person's personal or property rights. Presenter agrees to complete whatever forms are necessary to ensure that PLM World is legally able to exercise the rights given herein by presenter. Presenter agrees to supply biographical information upon request for use by PLM World in the marketing and promotion of the presentation and gives PLM World permission to reproduce, adapt, distribute and display such biographical information.  You must be logged in as a PLM World member to submit an abstract. By submitting an abstract, you agree to these terms.

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