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1 PTC Update and Strategy
Michael M. Campbell SVP Product Management, Desktop Products PTC/USER Benelux Event – April 22, 2009

2 Agenda Introduction PTC Numbers Customer Challenges
PTC Product Development System How PTC Approaches the Product Development Market PTC Product Strategy Update Q & A We’ve been on the front lines of product development and product lifecycle management for nearly 20 years. And it’s exciting to see business leaders refocusing their companies on what matters most, THE PRODUCT. I’m going to share with you our point of view about PLM and why a focus on products is important. At the highest level, product development is important because it feeds the other operations of a company, from Supply Chain issues, to Operations, and customer satisfaction. © 2009 PTC

3 A Leading Provider of Product Development Solutions
Employees (as of 9/30/08) ~5,000 Customers ~50,000 FY’08 revenue $1,075M FY’08 non-GAAP operating margin* % Cash and equivalents (as of 9/30/08) $253M *Non-GAAP operating margin excludes certain GAAP expenses, including acquisition-related expenses, stock-based compensation and restructuring charges; EBITDA is earnings (excluding stock-based compensation and restructuring charges) before income taxes, depreciation and amortization © 2009 PTC

4 Customers Face an Increasingly Complex Challenge
Complex Products … defined by … Complex Information …created across a Global Development Team Engineering Calculations Mechanical Documentation Electrical Software © 2009 PTC

5 Today’s product development environment
Product development challenges are numerous… Time-to-market Quality improvement Cost reduction System heterogeneity Global design collaboration Downstream data control IP protection Configuration management Regulatory compliance © 2007 PTC

6 PTC’s Product Development System
Supplier Supplier Distributed Mfg Supplier Feasibility Feedback Tooling Designs Work Instructions NC Programs Distributed Mfg Preferred Parts Approved Vendors Distributed Mfg Requirements Design Feedback Custom Configurations Procurement Manufacturing Field Notices Part Designs BoMs Changes Service Customer Concerns Failure Reports User, Service Manuals Training guides Parts catalogs Engineering Models Drawings Simulations This is our vision for how a product development system should be. A single integrated system with all digital product information managed and controlled. Sales Captive ODC Local Design Partner Offshore Design Partner Marketing Customers Concepts Requirements Customers Proposals Customer Requirements Regulatory Authorities Market Requirements Brochures, Data Sheets © 2009 PTC

7 The PTC Product Development System (PDS)
Manufacturing Process Mgmnt Enterprise Interoperability Dynamic Publishing Business Intelligence MCAD/CAE/CAM XML Authoring Engineering Calculations Technical Illustrations Configurable Products Configuration Management Digital Mockup Planning Distributed Collaboration Visualization & Mockup Software Data Management Requirements Management Enterprise Content & Process Management MCAD Data Management Regulatory Compliance Study Management ECAD Data Management Supplier & Component Management © 2009 PTC 7

8 Emerging Growth Market
The PLM Market – Segment Opportunities MCAD Data Mgmt / Collaboration Growth Market Emerging Growth Market Mature Market Large Enterprise Customers 0% + / yr growth opportunity PTC FY’08 revenue $430 M 15% + / yr growth opportunity PTC FY’08 revenue $370 M Small & Medium Business (SMB) Customers 15% + / yr growth opportunity PTC FY’08 revenue $235 M 40% + / yr growth opportunity PTC FY’08 Revenue $40 M © 2006 PTC

9 PTC's Market Segment Strategies
Desktop Enterprise Simple Ease of Use, Scalable Pricing, & No Glass Ceiling Product Development Process Optimization Via Broad & Integral Product Development System Simple, Low TCO Solutions With Focus on Collaboration & Social Computing Simple, Powerful, & Connected Application Suites Large Enterprise Small & Medium Business © 2009 PTC © Copyright 2004 Parametric Technology Corporation

10 Mapping of PTC's Primary Product Families
Enterprise Desktop CADDS Large Enterprise Mathcad Arbortext ProductView NEW! InSight Windchill Pro/ENGINEER Small & Medium Business (SMB) CoCreate NEW! Windchill ProductPoint © 2009 PTC © Copyright 2004 Parametric Technology Corporation

11 Start What’s New??? Enterprise Desktop Acquisition of Synapsis
ProductView 9.1 Release Windchill 9.1 Release 3. Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0 Update Large Enterprise Start Pro/ENGINEER Embraces Social Product Development Dawn of Social Product Development: Windchill ProductPoint 1.0 Launch On SharePoint Small & Medium Business © 2009 PTC © Copyright 2004 Parametric Technology Corporation

12 Product Development: Change is Brewing
Globalization Drives Need to be “ON” 24/7 Aging Workforce Necessitates Knowledge Capture IT Proliferation Incoming workforce is equipped with “new” networking skills © 2008 PTC

13 Web 1.0 Web 2.0 The Changing Web Academic Business TODAY Academic
YESTERDAY Community Business TOMORROW Community Business TODAY © 2008 PTC

14 Web 1.0 Web 2.0 The Changing Web Email Portals HTML Calendaring Search
Presence detection Status Communities Texting Forums Blogs Wikis RSS feeds IM File/photo sharing On-line gaming Geo-tagging Friending/Association Video chat Podcasts Faceted/predictive search Polling Peer-rating Web 1.0 © 2008 PTC

15 75% Of US Online Adults Now Use Social Technologies
Web 2.0 is Pervasive 75% Of US Online Adults Now Use Social Technologies Up from 56% in 2007 October 2008 “The Growth Of Social Technology Adoption”

16 Business Adoption Of Web 2.0 Tools Is Expected To Grow Strongly
Enterprise 2.0 is Underway Business Adoption Of Web 2.0 Tools Is Expected To Grow Strongly Explosive Growth of Collaboration Technology (e.g. SharePoint) April 2008 “Global Enterprise Web 2.0 Market Forecast: 2007 To 2013”

17 Social product development…
Social computing Product development A technology initiative which incorporates industry-ready social computing capabilities… …into a complete technology solution which understands the complexities of product data …and which improves the work practices of product development organizations …for increased workforce productivity. Social product development

18 A new set of capabilities relevant to product development
Web 2.0 Portals HTML Calendaring Search Presence detection Status Communities Texting Forums Blogs Wikis RSS feeds IM File/photo sharing On-line gaming Geo-tagging Friending/Association Video chat Podcasts Faceted/predictive search Polling Peer-rating Web 1.0 © 2008 PTC

19 Examples of social product development…
Program manager creates a blog to document the progress of the program. Program members subscribe to the blog for automatic delivery. Retiring engineers document historical work practices, using a wiki for collaborative online documentation Product marketer uses an online forum to host an ongoing online focus group about a recently released product Engineers & designers join an online community by creating profiles that detail special skills and interests Social computing Product development © 2008 PTC

20 Windows SharePoint is Becoming Pervasive Infrastructure for collaboration and social computing
Fastest growing product in Microsoft history Gartner Magic Quadrant leader 100 million licenses, 17,000 customers A standard for many of the world’s largest companies and also for small and medium business © 2008 PTC © Copyright 2004 Parametric Technology Corporation

21 SharePoint-Based Social Product Development Technology Stack
Pro/ENGINEER ProductView Mathcad Office Integrated Authoring and Viewing Layer Windchill ProductPoint Virtual Engineering Team Layer Microsoft Project Server Microsoft Dynamics Servers SharePoint Social Computing Layer © 2009 PTC © Copyright 2004 Parametric Technology Corporation

22 Windchill ProductPoint: The Social Product Development Platform
1.) December, Windchill ProductPoint Launch Windchill ProductPoint: The Social Product Development Platform First PLM software built natively on SharePoint . . . . . . Enabling Social Product Development Manages complex structured information prevalent in product development Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0 M060 and later Mathcad 14 M035 and later 3rd Party Engineering Tools Enables sharing, visualizing, and markup of engineering data Appropriate for organization of all sizes For small workgroups … to vault and share structured information For existing Windchill customers of any size … to expand product information access & reach of SharePoint for social product development © 2009 PTC

23 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0: Embracing Social Product Development
2.) Summer 2009 – Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0: Embracing Social Product Development Pop-up with detailed PDM status More pervasive feedback about Model’s PDM Status In model tree, File Open, Toaster pop-ups Presence Detection Throughout Push-button, Sharepoint-based Design Collaboration Tool Including Wiki’s, Discussion Forums, Chat, etc. Presence detection in enhanced PDM status notification PDM location/info Productview viewable; Markups Copy Proportional Command Summary An enhancement to the Copy command inside Style allows copied curves to be scaled proportionally. Benefits and Description (200words) The Copy Proportional command operates on free and planar Style curves in the current feature. During the operation, you have dynamic, visual feedback with respect to the size and shape of the geometry. User Interface Location Select a curve, select Edit / Copy Proportional, and arrows connect the start and end points of the original and copied curves. Drag the arrowheads to achieve the desired shape. Offset COS Command Curve On Surface (COS) curve offsets are now supported inside the Style functional area. COS curves can be offset either on the surface or on the normal to surface, making this a powerful function. Offset curves are history-based and update whenever the original COS is modified and can be redefined to alter their direction or dimension. You can set offset dimensions via the dashboard for use in other areas of Pro/ENGINEER. Select the curve to offset, select Styling / Offset COS and set the options in the dashboard. Radial-Path Planar Curves An option to build radial-path, planar curves has been added to the Planar Curve tool. Within Style, you can construct a planar curve on a plane that remains normal to the tangent vector of a previously created curve at a specific location to build a radial path. The new plane and curve maintain their history, so that when you modify the path curve the geometry updates. You can also drag the plane along the path curve. Select the curve creation tool, toggle the curve type to planar, select the Refs tab from the dashboard, select reference and pick a point on the path curve. A plane will be constructed and its grid displayed. Click points on the plane to create the planar curve. When editing the curve, you can drag the plane along the path curve by holding down ALT, as you would to offset any planar curve reference plane dynamically. Planar on Endpoints Command With the Planar on Endpoints command, you can make 3D curves temporarily planar without constraining them to a particular reference. The curve becomes planar between its endpoints normal to the active datum plane. This functionality is only valid for free curves. Free tangents at the endpoints are adjusted if necessary. If any point or tangent constraints exist, the command does not affect the curve. Select a curve, select the Edit tool, right-click the curve, and choose Planar on Endpoints from the shortcut menu. Discussion forum Presence detection in toaster pop-up © 2009 PTC

24 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0
3.) January 2008 – Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0 Steady, increasing adoption, by SMB (Jacob’s Vehicle, Santa Cruz) and large customers (CISCO, VW, ABB) alike Functionality-packed, compelling release Large Assembly Performance Improvements Auto RoundTM, 3D PDF, 3D Drawings & Direct Surface Editing Surface Removal & New Imported Data Cleanup Improvements to Rendering, CMM, Simulation, Manufacturing, & more Exciting, broadly applicable new modules ECAD-MCAD Collaboration IP Protection with Rights Management Interface for JT Tolerance Analysis Accommodating “Data Management Compatibility” Roadmaps Highest Quality Release in years!!! Recent Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0 News Additional Manikin and Manikin Analysis modules now available! New, free additions to the entry-level Pro/ENGINEER packages include CAM “Lite” , CAE “Lite” and Manikin “Lite” Make Pro/ENGINEER a more compelling offering in the SMB space. Expose Breadth of Pro/ENGINEER Copy Proportional Command Summary An enhancement to the Copy command inside Style allows copied curves to be scaled proportionally. Benefits and Description (200words) The Copy Proportional command operates on free and planar Style curves in the current feature. During the operation, you have dynamic, visual feedback with respect to the size and shape of the geometry. User Interface Location Select a curve, select Edit / Copy Proportional, and arrows connect the start and end points of the original and copied curves. Drag the arrowheads to achieve the desired shape. Offset COS Command Curve On Surface (COS) curve offsets are now supported inside the Style functional area. COS curves can be offset either on the surface or on the normal to surface, making this a powerful function. Offset curves are history-based and update whenever the original COS is modified and can be redefined to alter their direction or dimension. You can set offset dimensions via the dashboard for use in other areas of Pro/ENGINEER. Select the curve to offset, select Styling / Offset COS and set the options in the dashboard. Radial-Path Planar Curves An option to build radial-path, planar curves has been added to the Planar Curve tool. Within Style, you can construct a planar curve on a plane that remains normal to the tangent vector of a previously created curve at a specific location to build a radial path. The new plane and curve maintain their history, so that when you modify the path curve the geometry updates. You can also drag the plane along the path curve. Select the curve creation tool, toggle the curve type to planar, select the Refs tab from the dashboard, select reference and pick a point on the path curve. A plane will be constructed and its grid displayed. Click points on the plane to create the planar curve. When editing the curve, you can drag the plane along the path curve by holding down ALT, as you would to offset any planar curve reference plane dynamically. Planar on Endpoints Command With the Planar on Endpoints command, you can make 3D curves temporarily planar without constraining them to a particular reference. The curve becomes planar between its endpoints normal to the active datum plane. This functionality is only valid for free curves. Free tangents at the endpoints are adjusted if necessary. If any point or tangent constraints exist, the command does not affect the curve. Select a curve, select the Edit tool, right-click the curve, and choose Planar on Endpoints from the shortcut menu. © 2009 PTC

25 Introducing Integrated Digital Human Modeling with Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0
New Pro/ENGINEER modules Standards-based, anthropometrically-correct Pro/E integrated digital human modeling solution Affordable & Easy to use; Developed specifically for the needs of the Pro/ENGINEER user Capabilities Manikin “Lite” : Single-population representative manikin posturing with every seat of Pro/ENGINEER (save restricted) Manikin : Multi-population-representative manikin posturing and basic analysis (reach & vision) Manikin Analysis : Advanced dynamic analysis, including lifting, pushing, pulling, etc. Additional population profiles and libraries of accessories and postures Longer Term Product plans Integration with ProductView and MPMLink Heterogeneous CAD Human Factors analysis Factory Floor Simulation Human-Centric Interactive Technical Manuals Assembly and Maintainability Simulation Copy Proportional Command Summary An enhancement to the Copy command inside Style allows copied curves to be scaled proportionally. Benefits and Description (200words) The Copy Proportional command operates on free and planar Style curves in the current feature. During the operation, you have dynamic, visual feedback with respect to the size and shape of the geometry. User Interface Location Select a curve, select Edit / Copy Proportional, and arrows connect the start and end points of the original and copied curves. Drag the arrowheads to achieve the desired shape. Offset COS Command Curve On Surface (COS) curve offsets are now supported inside the Style functional area. COS curves can be offset either on the surface or on the normal to surface, making this a powerful function. Offset curves are history-based and update whenever the original COS is modified and can be redefined to alter their direction or dimension. You can set offset dimensions via the dashboard for use in other areas of Pro/ENGINEER. Select the curve to offset, select Styling / Offset COS and set the options in the dashboard. Radial-Path Planar Curves An option to build radial-path, planar curves has been added to the Planar Curve tool. Within Style, you can construct a planar curve on a plane that remains normal to the tangent vector of a previously created curve at a specific location to build a radial path. The new plane and curve maintain their history, so that when you modify the path curve the geometry updates. You can also drag the plane along the path curve. Select the curve creation tool, toggle the curve type to planar, select the Refs tab from the dashboard, select reference and pick a point on the path curve. A plane will be constructed and its grid displayed. Click points on the plane to create the planar curve. When editing the curve, you can drag the plane along the path curve by holding down ALT, as you would to offset any planar curve reference plane dynamically. Planar on Endpoints Command With the Planar on Endpoints command, you can make 3D curves temporarily planar without constraining them to a particular reference. The curve becomes planar between its endpoints normal to the active datum plane. This functionality is only valid for free curves. Free tangents at the endpoints are adjusted if necessary. If any point or tangent constraints exist, the command does not affect the curve. Select a curve, select the Edit tool, right-click the curve, and choose Planar on Endpoints from the shortcut menu. © 2009 PTC

26 Copy Proportional Command Summary
An enhancement to the Copy command inside Style allows copied curves to be scaled proportionally. Benefits and Description (200words) The Copy Proportional command operates on free and planar Style curves in the current feature. During the operation, you have dynamic, visual feedback with respect to the size and shape of the geometry. User Interface Location Select a curve, select Edit / Copy Proportional, and arrows connect the start and end points of the original and copied curves. Drag the arrowheads to achieve the desired shape. Offset COS Command Curve On Surface (COS) curve offsets are now supported inside the Style functional area. COS curves can be offset either on the surface or on the normal to surface, making this a powerful function. Offset curves are history-based and update whenever the original COS is modified and can be redefined to alter their direction or dimension. You can set offset dimensions via the dashboard for use in other areas of Pro/ENGINEER. Select the curve to offset, select Styling / Offset COS and set the options in the dashboard. Radial-Path Planar Curves An option to build radial-path, planar curves has been added to the Planar Curve tool. Within Style, you can construct a planar curve on a plane that remains normal to the tangent vector of a previously created curve at a specific location to build a radial path. The new plane and curve maintain their history, so that when you modify the path curve the geometry updates. You can also drag the plane along the path curve. Select the curve creation tool, toggle the curve type to planar, select the Refs tab from the dashboard, select reference and pick a point on the path curve. A plane will be constructed and its grid displayed. Click points on the plane to create the planar curve. When editing the curve, you can drag the plane along the path curve by holding down ALT, as you would to offset any planar curve reference plane dynamically. Planar on Endpoints Command With the Planar on Endpoints command, you can make 3D curves temporarily planar without constraining them to a particular reference. The curve becomes planar between its endpoints normal to the active datum plane. This functionality is only valid for free curves. Free tangents at the endpoints are adjusted if necessary. If any point or tangent constraints exist, the command does not affect the curve. Select a curve, select the Edit tool, right-click the curve, and choose Planar on Endpoints from the shortcut menu. © 2008 PTC

27 All in the Pro/ENGINEER Foundation XE package
New “Lite” capabilities recently added to the Pro/ENGINEER Foundation XE CAE Lite (as of Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0 M070 – Feb. 2009) Guiding interface walks users through analysis setup on simpler models Static Structural Analysis for Parts and Assemblies Apply Loads and Constraints (Displacement, Pin, Ball, Planar) Full results functionality F Probing, Animation, etc… Mechanica Solution Technology Complete upward model compatibility to full Mechanica! CAM Lite (as of Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0 M070 – Feb. 2009) Will provide basic 2 ½-axis milling capability, allowing machining of prismatic parts in 5-axis positioning Easy to use, intuitive UI Limitation is a hardcoded, generic (Fanuc) GPOST, so that the user can see example G-Code output; only CL file output Specific GPOST can be purchased from AustinNC or other vendors. Manikin Lite (as of Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0 M060 – Dec. 2008) Any Pro/E user may load, place, edit placement and manipulate a manikin in the scene, with the following limitations: Limited tools for manipulation  (2D drag and apply posture only) No ergonomics analysis; no reach envelope; no vision cones and no vision window No ability to Save designs that include a Manikin © 2009 PTC

28 Synapsis Technology, Inc. – Company Overview
4.) November, 2008 – Synapsis Technology Acquisition Synapsis Technology, Inc. – Company Overview Leading Product Environmental Compliance Solution Vendor Headquarters in Spring House, PA Founded in 1999 Customers Include: Beckman Coulter Cisco Delphi GE IBM Intel Vertical Mix: 45% electronics & high tech 22% automotive 21% industrial 12% healthcare Customer testimonials: "We selected InSight because it provides a comprehensive framework for managing compliance that supports our eco-friendly product design objectives" Jeffrey Larason Engineering Director at APC. Microsoft Motorola Sony Ericsson Teradyne Visteon EMARS is now © 2009 PTC © Copyright 2004 Parametric Technology Corporation

29 Increasing Complexity of Environmental Regulations
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30 InSight BOM Analytics For Environmental Compliance
Compliance Standard Substances Thresholds Exemptions Supplier Part Substances Masses Supplier Part Substances Masses Company Part Supplier Part Substances Masses A single product may need to comply with multiple environmental standards. Company Part Supplier Part Substances Masses Supplier Part Substances Masses Company Part Supplier Part Substances Masses A product consists of multiple company parts (3 shown) each sourced from one or more suppliers. Supplier Part Substances Masses Each supplier part may have a different chemical makeup, which will impact compliance © 2009 PTC © Copyright 2004 Parametric Technology Corporation

31 InSight – Standalone Solution Or Backend “Compliance Engine”
Suppliers InSight Environmental Data Compliance Standards* Exemptions Supplier communication Analysis and reports Program analysis / Supplier tracking Supplier 1 Supplier 2 Buy Supplier n IPC-1752 IMDS Other stds. Product analysis / Risk assessment Item 1 Product Info (BOMs) Part Info/AVL (Item Master) Product Info (BOMs) Product Info (BOMs) Item 2 Make Material Content Declaration of final product Item m *Supported compliance standards include EU RoHS, China RoHS, WEEE, ELV, REACH and more © 2009 PTC © Copyright 2004 Parametric Technology Corporation

32 ProductView 9.1 Key Features
5.) September, 2008 – ProductView 9.1 Release ProductView 9.1 Key Features Smart search ProSTEP .idx standard World’s highest performance architecture 64-bit option New user experience Hierarchical visual navigation 3D Drawings Smart exploded views © 2009 PTC © Copyright 2004 Parametric Technology Corporation

33 6.) November, 2008 - Windchill 9.1 Release
Continued Focus on Process Improvements Detailed Design Improvements in Pro/ENGINEER CAD data management New integrations: Mathcad, CoCreate, CADDS 5i, IDEAS Design Outsourcing Added support for packages Manufacturing Process Management Improved integration with ERP BOM reconciliation reports Gantt view of process plan Technical Publications Integration with Arbortext IsoDraw Variant Design and Generation ATO option support with improved tools to create, display, filter, and manage Product Structure Usability Table improvements Multi-column sort Column width and freeze controls Export from table Visualization improvements Visual navigation with mini-thumbnails Interact with thumbnail viewables Expanded usability testing 4,300+ hours with 200+ customers Thus far we’ve covered 3D Solid models, that are feature-based and parametric. The final fundamental characteristic of modern 3D CAD systems is associativity or the ability to handle change. Associativity means that all downstream deliverables are based off of the part model. If you create a 3D part, you can then use that part in an assembly, create a drawings of that part, and create a set of toolpaths to manufacture that part. Then, if you change a dimension on the part model, all of the deliverables, such as assemblies that include that part, drawings of that part and the assemblies, and all manufacturing files will immediately reflect the change. For example if we have a connecting rod that is a cast part, and we change the length of the connecting rod. Then the deliverables such as the drawing of the connecting rod and the tools path associated to the manufacturing file will also update to reflect the change in length. Note that Associativity is bi-directional, which means that if you change the dimension of a part within an assembly, then the part viewed individually will also change. Model-Centric As a company we all want to reduce time to market and rework that is done on design data. One method that is finding its way into the marketplace is creating 3D solid models that contain all the information needed for every aspect of the product life cycle. This is called a Model-Centric environment. This means that all information for concept, design, and manufacturing that typically would be included only on the detailed drawings are created in the model itself. The model become the source of all data that is required in throughout the life cycle. This means that there is one single source and not multiple detailed drawing that have to be created and tracked. This also created less rework by downstream users of the data. A Model-Centric environment does not mean that drawing will not be created. They can be created on a as needed basis. Drawing creation can even be automated. © 2009 PTC 33

34 End of this year – Mathcad Project “Spirit”
Mathcad Overhaul Task-based, document-centric UI Commonly used tasks logically grouped into tabs Direct manipulation of worksheet objects Improved documentation focus increases efficiency Revised and Enhanced Equation Editor Improved scoping, including operator indicator (in blue), and operand indicator (in gray) Flexible scoping via keyboard, mouse, or ribbon More Intuitive Matrix Operations and Navigation Including new row operator & direct matrix alteration Support for Design of Experiments (DoE) Enhanced statistical analyses to better predict interaction effects New plot types to support graphical viewing of results © 2009 PTC

35 September 2009 CoCreate 16.50 Functionality Highlights
CoCreate Drafting WGM Phase 1 (with Windchill 9.1 M030) Addresses some usage scenarios (FESTO) and may help with FAP + 2D Bundle CoCreate Modeling Interoperability with Desktop Applications Pro/ENGINEER Export of Granite .g Export of Granite .neu from CoCreate Modeling (special for ATB) ProductView Direct Export of .pvz from CoCreate Modeling (which also can be used in IsoDraw) Mechanica Direct “push” from with CoCreate Modeling (including associativity); Perform Analysis and Update to changes Pro/TOOLMAKER push via *.g; Create MFG Deliverables and Update to changes © 2009 PTC

36 April 2010 CoCreate 17.0 Functionality Highlights
CoCreate Drafting WGM Phase 2 (possibly with Windchill 9.1 M050; date TBC) CoCreate Model Manager One of two Stock-Finish Part Scenarios CoCreate Modeling Interoperability with Desktop Applications Pro/ENGINEER Import of Pro/E files into CoCreate Modeling directly via Granite .g Considering Import of CoCreate files into Pro/E directly via Granite .neu (with ATB) CoCreate Modeling Improvements to Explicit Modeling Improved Realism, Improved Selection, Slightly expanded parametric modifications Improved Geometry (Blending, Intersection, Topology Changes) CoCreate Modeling Application Improvements Bug Fixes in Annotation /Drafting & Part Library; Some Usability improvements in Sheetmetal and Annotation; Minor enhancement to allow cable update following moved connector in Cabling © 2009 PTC

37 Summary: PTC’s Product Outlook Is Stronger Than Ever!
Enterprise Desktop Acquisition of Synapsis ProductView 9.1 Release Windchill 9.1 Release Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 4.0 Update Large Enterprise Start Pro/ENGINEER Embraces Social Product Development Dawn of Social Product Development: Windchill ProductPoint 1.0 Launch On SharePoint Small & Medium Business © 2009 PTC

38 Questions? Michael M. Campbell campbell@ptc.com 781.370.5039
We’ve been on the front lines of product development and product lifecycle management for nearly 20 years. And it’s exciting to see business leaders refocusing their companies on what matters most, THE PRODUCT. I’m going to share with you our point of view about PLM and why a focus on products is important. At the highest level, product development is important because it feeds the other operations of a company, from Supply Chain issues, to Operations, and customer satisfaction. Michael M. Campbell Sr. Vice President Product Management, Desktop Products © 2009 PTC


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