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Creo 3 new features on center stage

Creo 3 new features on center stage

Correspondent Tom Lansford describes the top features of Creo 3 from the recent PTC Live Global event in Boston.  PTC Creo 3.0 is a major release for the parametric design experts from Boston. Presenting “Unite Technology”; which implements PTC’s promise for AnyData compatibiilty in multi-CAD environments. Brian Thompson took the stage in Boston to deliver [...]

PTC immerses its users in the Internet of Things

PTC immerses its users in the Internet of Things

From introducing recent acquisition ThingWorx to buying a systems engineering specialist, PTC wants its users to think big about making the new world of smart, connected products. PTC continues to distinguish itself from its PLM peers at this week’s Planet PTC conference with a push beyond product engineering and design into services. There are new [...]

PTC releases free Creo Student Edition, parametric design primer

PTC releases free Creo Student Edition, parametric design primer

The software and a primer on using parametric design are available to all students who enroll in the PTC Academic Program.    The PTC University Academic Program is offering free downloads of the PTC Creo Student Edition as well as a free PTC Creo Primer Guide for Students. The primer introduces the modeling, visualization and design tools in PTC [...]

What would you do with a battery-powered welder?

What would you do with a battery-powered welder?

Using PTC engineering software, Fronius International has brought to market the first manual arc welder that runs from a rechargeable battery. Electrical products manufacturer Fronius is gaining a reputation as an innovator. Recently the Austrian manufacturer introduced a line of electrical inverters that offer new convenience in storing and reusing renewable energy. Now they have [...]

PTC’s big picture is getting bigger

PTC’s big picture is getting bigger

PTC has been tirelessly outlining its strategy for an extended view of PLM that integrates design, software, service, and operation. GfxSpeak sums it up.

PTC turns in good second quarter

PTC turns in good second quarter

CAD and PLM are slow but steady; new markets are starting to kick in.  PTC (NASDAQ: PTC) reported second quarter results that compare favorably with year-ago results. Revenue in the quarter (ending March 29, 2014) was $329 million, up 5% from a year earlier. The company’s newest acquisitions, Enigma, NetIDEAS, and ThingWorx, contributed $4 million [...]

PTC looks past flat Q1 results

PTC looks past flat Q1 results

China is slow, the Yen is falling. What Wall Street really wants to hear about is PTC’s play in the Internet of Things. By Randall S. Newton PTC today reported first quarter fiscal results essentially flat when compared to a year ago, but in line with previous forecasts. The routine conference call with Wall Street [...]

PTC focuses on Europe

PTC focuses on Europe

PTC Live goes to Europe with its message of 7 influential forces that are reshaping industry.

PTC buys its way into the Internet of Things for $115 million

PTC buys its way into the Internet of Things for $115 million

PTC says ThingWorx will complement existing Service Lifecycle Management and Product Lifecycle Management portfolios. PTC today said it has acquired ThingWorx, creators of a platform for building and running software applications for the Internet of Things (IoT). PTC claims the acquisition positions the company “as a major player in the emerging Internet of Things era.” The [...]

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PTC closes year on positive note

PTC closes year on positive note

Service Lifecycle Management keeps the revenue needle pointed upward. Large deals were up significantly from a year ago. PTC (NASDAQ: PMTC) closed its fiscal year on September 30 with annual revenue of $1.29 billion, propelled by fourth quarter revenue of $345 million, up 5% from a year ago. But it was a squeaker of a [...]

By November 11, 2013 0 Comments Read More →