Manufacturing

Teamcenter 2007 Receives START-IT Top 50 Technologies Award

27 Nov, 2007

Magazine recognizes PLM platform for its ability to drive innovation and reduce total cost of PLM ownership.


Siemens PLM Software, a division of Siemens Automation and Drives (A&D), announced last week that its Teamcenter 2007 PLM portfolio was chosen as one of the year's Top 50 Technologies by the editors of START-IT magazine. According to the company, Teamcenter 2007 was selected from hundreds of applicants to receive this award because of its ability to enable manufacturers to enhance innovation while reducing their overall cost of PLM ownership.

"The editors here at START-IT got a preview of Teamcenter 2007 shortly before its official launch date in October, and we could see immediately it was a top candidate to receive this award," said Peggy Smedley, editorial director of START-IT. "This is the type of innovative technology that helps manufacturers enhance revenue opportunities and improve business practices -- and that is exactly why it was selected as a winner."

The Top 50 Technologies Awards honor products that target the manufacturing industry and help companies improve their business practices. Winning products were gauged on their uniqueness and functionality in the market.

"We are honored to receive this recognition," said Steve Bashada, vice-president of Teamcenter Applications, Siemens PLM Software. "While Teamcenter has received many awards over the past several years, the START-IT Top 50 Technologies Award highlights how Teamcenter 2007 marks a new era in PLM."


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