PLM administration? Learn from people or pdf’s?

PLM administration? Learn from people or pdf’s?

I had the pleasure of talking to Senthil Kumar Venkatachalam, MCAD & ECAD System Administrator at Cisco about challenges in working with complex multi-vendor CAD and PLM environments.

Madhavi: It is my pleasure to talk to you. Can you please tell us more about yourself?

Senthil:  I have spent over 14 years in CAD and PLM domains focused mostly on the Windchill. I have had the opportunity to work with numerous CAD softwares such as Pro/ENGINEER, Creo, NX, SolidWorks as well as PDM/PLM softwares such as Windchill, TeamCenter, Agile, etc. I’m very passionate about solving issues and ensuring that my users are productive with the tools and technologies that they use on a daily basis.

Read more : http://blogs.punditas.com/plm-administration-learn-from-people-or-pdfs

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