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PDM for SolidWorks at Briggs & Stratton Improves Data Accuracy, Reuse

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Briggs & Stratton leverages a PDM solution for SolidWorks


PDM for SolidWorks at Briggs&Stratton_1.JPGAttend an on-demand webinar for an exclusive look at how Briggs & Stratton uses Teamcenter inside SolidWorks as part of our new webinar series on strategies to streamline product innovation.


For designers at Briggs & Stratton familiar with SolidWorks file based management, the switch to Teamcenter was a real eye-opener! Without leaving their SolidWorks design environment, they use the embedded Active Workpace to access capabilities from product data management (PDM) to product lifecycle management (PLM).


"Teamcenter is a fairly advanced data management tool, much more advanced than anything that the SolidWorks users would be used to in the SolidWorks world," said Brian Quincey, PLM Manager at Briggs & Stratton. "It's very easy to use because it's embedded right within SolidWorks so they can get to it very easily ... they can get the value of a full enterprise solution, but have it be within the environment they're used to in SolidWorks."


To see more from Briggs & Stratton about their PDM solution for SolidWorks users, watch the video:




To see how it works, take a look at this video of Teamcenter inside SolidWorks with the Active Workspace embedded user interface, or read the fact sheet for details on the Teamcenter integration for SolidWorks:



Learn more about the Teamcenter integration with SolidWorks, including how you can get SolidWorks enterprise PDM delivered in one week!