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Happy Thanksgiving!

It's been a frantic Fall, so it's lovely to feel things slowing down this week. In the US, Thanksgiving Thursday is about food, family, friends, and being grateful for the bounty in our lives. My list of things to be thankful for is long and includes you — thank you...

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4 on a Saturday: travel catchup edition

I've been AWOL the last two weeks, walking the length of the Kennet and von canal in England. Amazing engineering, water control in a place where rain is a given … and beautiful countryside. More on that at some point. While I was walking, the PLMish world created...

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ESI’s Q3 shows subs transition ahead of plan

You might recall that ESI held its Live event in September. That was customer-focused, where presenters talked about how the auto, aero, and heavy industries use ESI products to design better and faster. The week after that conference, ESI held a capital markets...

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AU 2022: a joyous in-person extravaganza

Last month, Autodesk held its first Autodesk University (AU) in person since the whole COVID drama began. It was both a very familiar event and completely new. New: New Orleans instead of Las Vegas! Being handed a COVID test kit at registration! A NOLA brass band!...

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MuM adds to PLMish good news

Mensch und Maschine Software says it "remained undeterred on the record track in Q3, achieving the strongest [nine month] figures in the company's history" because of "strong new business for M+M Software, as well as solid renewal business in the VAR segment." Recall...

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Sandvik kicks off PLMish earnings with flair

Sandvik announced its fiscal third quarter earnings today, and the manufacturing solutions business led the way. Recall that the company is both acquiring (adding 5 cutting tool companies in Q3 alone) and divesting at the same time -- it spun off of Sandvik Materials...

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Schneider Electric to buy rest of AVEVA

Schneider Electric announced today that it is going to go ahead with its plan to buy the 40% or so of AVEVA that it doesn't already own. The company said that it will offer AVEVA shareholders £31 per share, which would value AVEVA at around $10.8 billion. That £31 per...

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