Event Report: 2006 PTC/User Conference, Pt. 1

8 Jun, 2006 By: Sara Ferris

Acquisitions are key to PTC's billion-dollar strategy.


The PTC/User Conference drew nearly 2,000 attendees to Dallas this week for tips, training and talks from key PTC customers. The conference and concurrent media/analyst event gave PTC a stage to show off its its latest acquisitions and map out future plans for its product lines. Today we'll look at the company's financial outlook and overall strategy for growth. Next week we'll review what's planned for future releases of Pro/ENGINEER and highlight some intriguing customer stories.  Read more >>p>


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