So, you're requiring employees to enter passwords to use their computers, you're running the latest antivirus software on those computers, you're encrypting email, and you’ve even forbidden the use of personal mobile devices on the network. You're confident you've secured the most vulnerable endpoints of your network to reduce the risk that your company will experience a painful and costly data breach.
With so many great enhancements in each release, it's easy to overlook key capabilities. Join us for a look back at a few of the most impactful highlights from the last three years. In this session, TPM's Technical Solutions Consultant, Warren McCray, highlights "What's New" from 2018, 2019, and 2020. He discusses new products, functionality, features and workflows that enable you to get products from design to manufacturing faster than ever before.
Chris Kayser, Senior Director of Offering Management
Missed our DriveWorks Webinar? The full recording is now available!
This webinar that will showcase how DriveWorks automation can have an impact on your business. Together, we will follow a custom product manufacturer's full-cycle order process - from quote request through pre-production - to see how it resides within an automated, digital continuum. We'll show you how dynamic and responsive online configurator in Driveworks can showcase your products and guide customers through an otherwise complex design process. Joel Hanneman will take you behind the scenes of design automation to get a first-hand look at engineering and production outputs, in Driveworks. -No smoke and mirrors just some well thought-out automation built in a platform that offers the ultimate in robust flexibility. -No complex programming just the intuitive, code-free capturing of design intent. Digital Transformation is within reach for your business, come find out how.
Join TPM as we discuss the future of manufacturing design technology.
TPM has partnered with leading industry technology experts like MarkForged, SOLIDWORKS, Levitek, DriveWorks and HP to present on topics such as new enhancements and features of SOLIDWORKS 2021, 3D printing additive manufacturing, DriveWorks design automation and data migration.
2020 is a challenging year by any measure. Many business owners and executives would like to put this year behind them and move on, but now is the time to carefully consider the year-end investment strategy that will put your business in the best position for success in 2021 and beyond.
TPM, Inc., the Southeast’s leading 2D and 3D design technology provider, is hosting a live virtual Manufacturing Design Technology Summit on Monday, October 5th and Tuesday, October 6th to discuss the future of manufacturing design technology.
A guide to post-COVID office equipment
Want to maximize the digital collaboration Studio Sessions has to offer? Master these Revu capabilities first.
Bluebeam Revu has for many years been among the top software programs for professionals in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry. It allows users to view, mark up and edit PDF documents in a manner that is exponentially more organized and efficient than the former paper-based process. And with the release of Revu 20, users now have enhanced capabilities at their disposal.
If you’ve been hearing about vendor consolidation, you may be asking if it could benefit your business. It can. Here’s how.
What is vendor consolidation?
Vendor consolidation is a supply chain management strategy that involves reducing your vendor base to a few select partners. It’s an overall cost-reduction approach that relies on economies of scale to trim prices, lower incoming freight costs, improve quality, strengthen supply agreements, and enhance vendor acquisition.
What does vendor consolidation do for your business?
Vendor consolidation shrinks your supply chain management costs.