COE 2018

We’re heading out to San Diego April 15-18 for the Dassault Systèmes  Community of Experts (COE) 2018 Annual Experience and TechniFair. We hope to see you there. We’ll be networking with colleagues, industry leaders and customers and we’ll be presenting two important sessions.

COE helps users leverage their Dassault Systèmes solutions through education, training, networking opportunities, product influence and best practices. Some of the major topics at this year’s COE Annual Experience and TechniFair are additive manufacturing, data driven insights, generative design, making the leap to 3DEXPERIENCE, Manufacturing Operations Management, and model-based system engineering.

Register today. Join us at our presentations:

How to Implement a Simple Customization in 3DEXPERIENCE

In this presentation, Marc will review the difference between configurations and customizations in ENOVIA V6. We’ll present a demo of how to develop your own ENOVIA V6 customization via JPO code, enable it in ENOVIA V6 and test it. Fear not, non-Java programmers, we’ve geared the presentation to non-programmers, with enough details for programmers wishing to customize ENOVIA V6. Join us on Monday, April 16 at 3:55 p.m.

You can read more about customizations in our blog post The Value of Customizations in PDM/PLM Implementations. We discuss how customization allows enterprises to add their own unique business flavor and processes that are exclusive and beneficial just to them…which aren’t always included in an out-of-the-box PLM system.

Migrating Data to 3DEXPERIENCE

Data migration projects can be quite complex – more than just saying I want the data in system X to show up in system Y. In this session, Marc will describe in detail what is involved and which issues need to be considered when planning and implementing a data migration to 3DEXPERIENCE. He will address specific considerations and technological tips when conducting such a migration. The session meets on Wednesday, April 18 at 1:15 p.m.

At xLM Solutions, we have performed migrations from various sources (legacy/migration from) to a variety of destinations (new/migration to). Our migration projects have ranged from straightforward, vanilla migrations to extremely complex ones involving whole business transformations. We spell out some of the most important considerations in 6 Things to Consider Before Starting a Data Migration Project.

Let us know if you’re going to San Diego for the Dassault Systèmes Community of Experts 2018 Annual Experience and TechniFair – let’s meet up.




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