Changes at the top: Tony Hemmelgarn appointed Siemens PLM CEO
Siemens PLM has played a growing role in Siemens Digital Factory division as software and hardware become further intertwined. Immediately ...
Mercury Marine pushes PLM first, ERP second
“Our lifeline is product innovation,” so Mercury Marine uses PLM to invest in four key components: people, process, technology, and ...
2007: Major acquisitions consolidate PLM industry
Two major acquisitions dominated the PLM scene in 2007: Siemens buying UGS and Oracle buying Agile. An analysis by CIMdata’s ...
2007: UGS publishes JT data format; industry observers do a happy dance
Sharing 3D product data with rich detail and a light data footprint has been the Holy Grail of design automation ...
2007: Surprise! Siemens to acquire UGS
The $3.5 billion deal cashed out investors and paved the way for the Siemens PLM Software of today. From the ...
2007: PLM products for hazardous substance compliance management
RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) and WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) compliance issues have taken center stage for many ...
Siemens PLM’s Newbury sees bright future for Solid Edge and mainstream PLM
Solid Edge was a hidden nugget when Siemens acquired the former UGS; under Newbury’s leadership the nugget is getting polished. ...
Meet the New Boss: Chuck Grindstaff to Become President of Siemens PLM
Chuck Grindstaff, the CTO and EVP of Products for Siemens PLM will take over as president of the group on October 1. He will replace Helmuth Ludwig who will handle corporate communications for Siemens Industry Automation. With this announcement, Siemens signals that the transition of the former Unigraphics company into the considerably larger Siemens AG is complete.