Effective data management is critical for successful product development and manufacturing. This webinar will discuss how manufacturers can take advantage of cloud-based document management software to vault and share their CAD files and other related technical data.
Attend to learn:
- The challenge of managing fast growing volumes of CAD files
- Best practices for document management in use by industry leaders
- Capabilities of the latest cloud-based document management software
- Case study: Easy design sharing using cloud-based document management software
- Working with the wrong version a CAD document can be expensive see how Kenesto solves this problem
David Chadwick, Global Product Marketing Manager, Siemens PLM software
David Chadwick is responsible for Global Product Marketing for Siemens Solid Edge. David has 25 years of experience working with CAD and PDM software in both technical and marketing roles. David has project managed many successful PDM implementations from small to large manufacturing companies and is a proponent of simple data management working practices that can have a big impact on design productivity and product quality.
Leslie Minasian, Vice President, Partnerships and Alliances
Leslie has more than 25 years of experience building partnerships and alliances that enhance systems and technologies to streamline product development and lifecycle processes. Leslie’s experience has resulted in establishing channel sales and partner product infrastructures that promote the collaboration of distributed production and design teams across the global supply chain. In addition to having an extensive global sales, partner, channel and reseller network, Leslie has advised companies with their go-to-market strategies, including prototyping, debugging, use-cases, messaging and co-branding campaigns. Prior to joining Kenesto, she worked at SpaceClaim (now Ansys) Active Endpoints (now Informatica) and PTC. Leslie earned a BS in Information Systems from Northeastern University.
Mark Miller, Mechanical Engineer, Arnold Machine Inc.
I became a Journeyman Tool and Die/Moldmaker in 1982. In 1985, I then started working as a machinist for a special machinery builder where I learned machine assembly and machine design. In machine design I started with paper and pencil, and then moved onto CAD 2D Design and progressed to CAD 3D Design. I am currently working at Arnold Machine Inc. (AMI) in Tiffin, Ohio and have been with AMI for 14 years. I have been using Solid Edge for 11 years. AMI designs and builds turn-key automation systems and is one of three ABB/Jocab Safety Fencing integrators in the USA. I live in Tiffin, Ohio and I am married to Tina Marie for 29 years and we have 3 children.
Leslie Langnau, Managing Editor, Design World
Leslie has more than 20 years experience as a technical editor and trade journalist. She has reported, investigated, and written extensively on the following subjects: mechanical automation, industrial networking, additive manufacturing, and automation controls. She has a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University.