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Windchill ® ProductPoint ® Overview Jay Muelhoefer Vice President, Channel Business Development PTC/USER Benelux Event – April 22, 2009
Forward looking information subject to change Agenda Customer Environment Limitations of existing systems Microsoft ubiquity Business survival Introducing…. Windchill ProductPoint Capabilities and Benefits Summary © 2008 PTC2
Forward looking information subject to change © 2006 PTC3 Pressures on Product Development Reduce time to market for new products Improve new product innovation Improve product quality and cost Regulatory and Design for Compliance Outsourced design & manufacturing Effectively managing product change Improve project success rate Synchronize engineering and manufacturing Delivery of accurate technical documentation for installation, support & maintenance Support customers located worldwide IMPROVE QUALITY, INNOVATION, TIME-TO-MARKET REDUCE COST Increased demands on product development …without additional budget or headcount Trend # 1
Forward looking information subject to change © 2008 PTC4 Do These Sound Familiar? Data Vaulting Problems Using “creative” naming schemes like “Fred_fixture_v12_Aug082008.prt” to ensure files don’t get overwritten? Not being able to revert to previous version of files due to lack of version history? Data Tracking Problems Needing to manually track/document CAD inter-dependencies since file folder has no knowledge of CAD structure? Spending time manually tracking all places CAD designs are used in order to ensure all relevant designs are properly updated when changes occur? Worrying about access control since there’s no way to selectively set visibility and control at an individual file level? Data Sharing and Reuse Problems No ability to share CAD models effectively with others, and make them visually accessible to a wider audience, including non-CAD users? Recreating parts from scratch (even when you know they exist) due to lack of good searching/reuse capabilities?
Forward looking information subject to change © 2008 PTC5 Other Engineering Workgroups Typical As-Is Product Development Environment Dependencies on: Network Folders, FTP, Adhoc Email / Paper Processes Manufacturing Workgroups CAD Files Marketing Workgroups Design Partner Customers Fly to remote location Convert data for non- technical audience Courier Create new Inventory Item Locate Existing Designs Share and Review Design Iterations Manage Manufacturing Feedback Constantly Assess Change impact Deal with Sourcing Requirements Suppliers Distributed Manufacturing Service Workgroups Sales Workgroups Local CAD “Vault” Procurement Workgroups CAD ERP CAD Access Field for Input CAD Overnight Delivery Manage Change reuse designs Prototypes Email Meet Market Requirements Engineering Workgroups
Forward looking information subject to change Primary As-Is Systems Preventing Business Improvement Limited to local teams Limited access control No CAD integration / data structures / No Bill of Material No Visualization No relating multiple data types No selective project or role- based access No understanding of CAD data / structures / BOM Not user friendly Not managed by IT Not linked to workflow / teams / projects © 2008 PTC6 Shared Folder FTP Server
Forward looking information subject to change © 2008 PTC7 Microsoft SharePoint – “Infrastructure for Collaboration” Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) ships free with Microsoft Windows Server Expected to be adopted globally - over 100 millions users & 17,000 companies SharePoint is ready to use, but also a platform for other applications such as Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) and Microsoft Project Server Sharepoint has no understanding of CAD, product structure, visualization, or product development processes Trend # 2 Microsoft Dynamics Servers Microsoft Exchange Server Microsoft Project Microsoft Project Server Windows SharePoint Services Microsoft Outlook Microsoft Office Applications Microsoft Office SharePoint Server
Forward looking information subject to change © 2006 PTC8 “Ripped from the Headlines” We are facing an uncertain economic environment Global impact “Recession” fears cascading – worldwide Banks, manufacturers, consumers Trend # 3
Forward looking information subject to change © 2008 PTC9 What if… Manufacturing Marketing Service Sales Procurement Global Design Partner CustomersSuppliers Distributed Manufacturing Regulatory Authorities Captive ODC Domestic Design Partner Part Designs BoMs Changes Requirements Design Feedback Models Drawings Simulations Preferred Parts Approved Vendors Feasibility Feedback Tooling Designs Work Instructions NC Programs Custom Configurations Field Notices Customer Concerns Failure Reports User, Service Manuals Training guides Parts catalogs Proposals Customer Requirements Concepts Requirements Market Requirements Brochures, Data Sheets there was an easy to use, affordable, system for product development where all components work together? Engineering Workgroups
Forward looking information subject to change © 2009 PTC Windchill ProductPoint: Built Natively On SharePoint PTC’s new Microsoft SharePoint-based solution for product development Complements the Microsoft productivity suite Unleashes SharePoint for product development Enables Social Product Development Windows SharePoint Services Microsoft Exchange Server Microsoft Project Microsoft Project Server Microsoft Outlook Microsoft Dynamics Servers Microsoft Office Applications Microsoft Office SharePoint Server Windchill ProductPoint Server CAD & Engineering Applications © 2009 PTC 10 Shipped End 2008
Forward looking information subject to change © 2008 PTC11 Windchill ProductPoint Supports all types of structured information; such as files from Pro/ENGINEER or other CAD systems Enables sharing, visualizing, and markup of engineering data Works with Windchill-based systems for product development collaboration 11 *Windchill ProductPoint 2.0 MultiCAD Services Manages multiple formats of CAD files, their structures, and inter- relationships ProductView Services Publish and visualize accurate, lightweight product viewables Windchill Web Parts for SharePoint Presents information from Windchill systems in SharePoint browser Windchill PLM Connector Integration* Share CAD data across multiple Windchill PDM/PLM systems Windchill ProductPoint
Forward looking information subject to change © 2009 PTC Brian J. Scott Vice President, Worldwide Industry Microsoft Corporation “Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 is breaking the milestone of 100 million licenses sold this year. Capitalizing on this momentum, PTC has developed Windchill ProductPoint based on the SharePoint platform and.NET framework. With Windchill ProductPoint, PTC extends the collaboration capabilities of SharePoint to offer product development companies the ability to manage and share structured product content in multiple CAD formats. Microsoft and PTC have built a deep relationship throughout the development of Windchill ProductPoint and we look forward to furthering our partnership.” Expansion of long relationship with Microsoft 12
Forward looking information subject to change © 2009 PTC MultiCAD SharePoint Services Enables SharePoint to directly manage CAD and other structured data Designed to support multiple CAD solutions including solutions from providers such as PTC, Autodesk, Dassault, and Siemens Manages sets of inter-related files, and their interdependencies Provides auto-numbering, rename, copy, and move, versioning Facilitates searching, reporting, and reuse Fits into the SharePoint environment All objects are SharePoint objects Familiar look and feel of SharePoint and Office applications Manages multiple formats of CAD files, their structures, and inter-relationships © 2009 PTC 13
Forward looking information subject to change © 2009 PTC ProductView SharePoint Services Integrates highly intuitive graphical browsing into SharePoint Automatic generation of 2D thumbnails and 3D viewables Thumbnails incorporated as standard SharePoint columns, available in all views Icon hover enables rapid identification of items Provides embedded 3D viewables Supports ProductView Lite and Professional Microsoft Ribbon UI Intuitive, easy to use, scalable Publish and visualize accurate, lightweight product viewables © 2009 PTC 14
Forward looking information subject to change © 2009 PTC Windchill Web Parts for SharePoint Supports a Windchill and SharePoint integration Supported as of the Windchill 9.0 platform Reports in the Windchill Business Reporting module can be exposed in SharePoint as standard SharePoint Web Parts Plans include deepening the Windchill and SharePoint integration in future releases, potentially: Additional Web Parts such as –Windchill Assignments –Windchill Search –Visualization –Windchill Documents Other functionality is planned Presents information from Windchill systems in SharePoint browser © 2009 PTC 15
Forward looking information subject to change © 2009 PTC Windchill PLM Connector Integration * Exchange Pro/ENGINEER designs across Windchill-based systems Publish Pro/ENGINEER Design Libraries to multiple Windchill systems Share critical Pro/ENGINEER reference models to Partner Windchill systems Share Pro/ENGINEER Designs from One Windchill System to Another Enables Sharing Across a Variety of Environments System Environments –Windchill ProductPoint 2.0 to Windchill PDMLINK 9.0 –Windchill PDMLink 8.0 to Pro/INTRALINK 9.0 Each System may have unique business rules Share CAD data across multiple Windchill PDM/PLM systems *In Windchill ProductPoint 2.0 © 2009 PTC 16
Forward looking information subject to change © 2009 PTC Windchill ProductPoint Appeals To Companies of All Sizes For Small Companies: The shared folder crowd, who are struggling to manage CAD data but want something fundamentally simpler than conventional PLM Companies who need to collaborate with their customers and suppliers Customers of CAD companies who provide no effective vendor-supplied PLM solution (e.g., Autodesk customers) For Medium and Large Companies: Companies that are standardizing on SharePoint as a company-wide collaboration backbone Special purpose workgroups (e.g., CAE, advanced research) that want SharePoint- level capabilities that can, as necessary, interact with a broader PLM suite 17
Forward looking information subject to change © 2009 PTC Core PDMLink FIREWALL PTC Offers The Most Flexible and Cost Effective PLM Deployment Architecture Multiple Internal Sites Department Level Standalone SMB Standalone Supplier 2 Supplier 1 Department Level © 2009 PTC 18
Forward looking information subject to change © 2008 PTC19 Benefits Individual Productivity Enables user to quickly search and find the right item, and the right version of that item Improve ability to reuse existing designs Team Productivity Facilitates concurrent engineering, allowing team to work without fear of overwriting files and losing time/data Enhanced team productivity enabled by effective data sharing, visualization, redlining, and searching capabilities Improves team insight with visualization, making CAD data more widely available to non-CAD users Learning, Implementation, and Maintenance Inherits the easy and fast deployment characteristics of SharePoint Low total cost of ownership (uses the bundled Windows SharePoint Services infrastructure) Minimal learning curve, due to familiar Microsoft environment
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Forward looking information subject to change ICARUS Chose PTC PDS To Reduce Product Delivery Cycle Times © 2006 PTC BUSINESS INITIATIVES Icarus is part of the Vector Group, a leading single source supplier of complete piping packages, offering total solutions to the worldwide industry. SOLUTION RESULTS Industrial Equipment Achieve true design and simulation integration Enable full SharePoint Platform for collaboration Reduced the time from order to release from 14 to 10 weeks immediately Anticipate additional end user productivity and greater customer collaboration PTC proposed a unified, user-friendly product development system based around Pro/ENGINEER, Mechanica, and Mathcad that would greatly improve their productivity and aligned with their streamlined Microsoft IT infrastructure PREVIOUS CAD SOLUTION AutoDesk Inventor and Mastercam
Forward looking information subject to change © 2009 PTC Key Capabilities Windchill ProductPoint 1.0 Pro/INTRALINK 3.x Pro/INTRALINK 9.0 Windchill PDMLink 9.0 Web-based File-based collaboration Basic Pro/ENGINEER data management Workspace frames Integrate multiple changes into one Pro/ENGINEER file Create, manage baselines Personal workspace MultiCAD file management ** Technical document management Engineering calculations management Integral Windchill connectivity CAD data exchange across Windchill systems ** Part libraries Product Development Reports Windchill ProductPoint Compared to other PTC solutions 1 of 2 *Windchill ProductPoint 2.0 31
Forward looking information subject to change © 2009 PTC Key Capabilities Windchill ProductPoint 1.0 Pro/INTRALINK 3.x Pro/INTRALINK 9.0 Windchill PDMLink 9.0 Embedded 3D visualization Configuration management, options/variants Change management Out-of-the-box workflow Replication Lifecycle management Multi-platform support Out-of-the-box SAP/Oracle ERP integration ECAD data management Software data management Manufacturing process management Windchill ProductPoint Compared to other PTC solutions 2 of 2 32
Forward looking information subject to change Mapping of PTC's Primary Product Families Desktop Pro/ENGINEER CoCreate Windchill CADDS Mathcad Arbortext NEW! Windchill ProductPoint ProductView Enterprise NEW! InSight Large Enterprise Small & Medium Business (SMB) 33© 2009 PTC
Forward looking information subject to change © 2008 PTC34© 2008 PTC Pricing: Pro/ENGINEER Packaging Overview 3D CAD Design Advanced Modeling, Drawing, Assembly, Sheetmetal, etc Product Data Management Extended Design Add-ons Free-form Surfacing Top-Down Design Piping/Cabling Mechanism Design, etc Collaboration, Project Management Simulation & Analysis Engineering Calculation Tolerance Analysis Rights Management / IP Protection Pro/ENGINEER Foundation XE Pro/ENGINEER Advanced XE One Add-On PDMLink or INTRALINK or ProductPoint Pro/ENGINEER Advanced SE PDMLink or INTRALINK or ProductPoint Pro/ENGINEER Enterprise SE All Add-On Incl. PJLink or ProductPoint PDMLink or INTRALINK Pro/ENGINEER Enterprise XE PJLink or ProductPoint PDMLink or INTRALINK
Forward looking information subject to change © 2008 PTC35 Demonstration at 14:35 by GPO Solutions
Forward looking information subject to change Windchill ProductPoint & Pro/ENGINEER – A Natural Fit © 2008 PTC36
Forward looking information subject to change Micro soft Dyna mics Serve rs Micro soft Proje ct Serve r SharePoint SharePoint-Based Social Product Development Technology Stack Windchill ProductPoint ProductView Office Social Computing Layer Virtual Engineering Team Layer Integrated Authoring and Viewing Layer Pro/ENGINEER Mathcad 37© 2009 PTC
Forward looking information subject to change © 2009 PTC Windchill ProductPoint Summary Capabilities and Benefits Network drives and FTP sites are NOT built to handle product development data and activities Streamlined capabilities for SMB customers Quickly search Extend access Get up and running quickly Adopt with a minimal learning curve Appropriate for all size organizations Extend PDMLink into SharePoint sites Synchronize data © 2009 PTC 38
Forward looking information subject to change © 2009 PTC39 Jay Muelhoefer email@example.com 781.370.5559 Vice President Global Channel Business Development
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