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

7 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>


Green Building Studio Awarded U.S. EPA SBIR Phase II Grant
Funding for sustainable building analyses supports research, development and commercialization of company's Sustainable Design Suite software.  Read more >>

LMS International and IMAGINE Form Strategic Partnership
Companies will develop software for engineering mechatronic systems.  Read more >>


CGTech ships upgrade that enables manufacturing engineers to analyze the entire CNC machining process.  Read more >>

General Software: FlowTools v7
Code Zebra releases an upgrade of its intelligent diagramming application for AutoCAD 2007.  Read more >>

General Software: LivingLegend v7
Legend creation software from Code Zebra now supports AutoCAD 2007. 

Hardware: Dimension 1200 Series
Dimension unveils a new series of large-format 3D printers.  Read more >>

InterSpec's specification software now supports Autodesk Revit Systems and Autodesk Revit Structure.  Read more >>

General Software: Pushbutton Plus and Bluebeam Lit v4.5
Bluebeam Software's PDF software now supports tablet PCs.  Read more >>

General Software: DwgCompare
DotSoft's AutoCAD utility enables users to compare the differences in drawings. 

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