What a terrific summer we’ve had! Our three summer webinars, based on our COE presentations, were huge hits. Check them out. Read More
Last month we attended our first in-person large-scale conference in two years at COE 2022 in New Orleans. It was a pleasure to meet up with old friends, colleagues and customers. We presented three sessions, which were very well received, on data migration, 3DEXPERIENCE implementations, and project management. Because of the response, we’re going to present these sessions as webinars this summer: Read More
Happy New Year! Here’s to continued growth and success in 2022. As we described in our end-of-the-year recap blog, For xLM Solutions, 2021 Was a Pretty Good Year, we continue to focus on 3DEXPERIENCE cloud platform implementations and major data migration projects, with some widget design thrown in for good measure.Read More
xLM Solutions is proud to announce the opening of xLM Europe, a subsidiary of U.S.-based xLM Solutions, in Toulouse, France, known as the home of the European Airbus headquarters and the French space agency. This decision is a logical step in our business growth strategy as we take our deep PLM experience to the European market. We will offer the same exceptional services and deliver the same customer satisfaction we have achieved here in North America. As your PLM needs evolve, contact us for consultation and services.Read More
During this past year we had to learn how to adapt and evolve as individuals and with our respective companies. xLM Solutions hopes for a brighter future for all of us while we continue to adapt in the new normal, in a whole new world of medical discovery and learnings.
Although we miss how things were, we know we’ll eventually see each other again in events and live conferences, together like the good old days.Read More
Hello and happy spring to everyone! It’s been a year of challenges for all of us on the personal and professional front as we adjusted to our ‘new normal.’ We here at xLM Solutions have also not been immune to the struggles and the scares. I feel fortunate and more hopeful that there is an end in sight to our collective experience of individual lockdowns. We hope vaccine roll out continues to increase in speed across the globe while we also mourn the loss of lives and pause to thank the many people who have cared for us all, from food distribution workers and grocery store clerks to our entire medical community.