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Teamcenter 9

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Siemens PLM Software, a business unit of the Siemens Industry Automation Division and a leading global provider of product lifecycle management (PLM) software and services, today announced the latest release of Teamcenter® software, the world’s most widely used PLM system. Teamcenter 9 delivers new solutions and enhancements across the portfolio in support of Siemens PLM Software’s HD-PLM vision, which was established to help companies make better informed decisions more efficiently and with a higher level of confidence.

Teamcenter helps companies deliver increasingly complex products while maximizing productivity and streamlining global operations. The Teamcenter 9 release adds a new integrated systems engineering solution and tightens the integration across the unified architecture so companies can make smarter decisions with better visibility into the impact of those decisions. Enhancements across the entire Teamcenter portfolio significantly improve productivity so companies can get to market faster, while reducing total cost of ownership.

The new Teamcenter systems engineering solution provides a fully-integrated approach to systems engineering and requirements management. Unlike traditional systems engineering solutions that use stand-alone tools for system modeling, documenting interfaces, and documenting requirements, Teamcenter delivers a more systems-driven approach to product development that is managed from within the Teamcenter environment. This enables a common view of the system up and down the value chain, helping to eliminate costly late-stage system integration problems that result from requirements not being tied to physical implementation. Teamcenter 9 accelerates the product development process through intelligently integrated information, and ensures all departments and disciplines are using synchronized product information.

In addition, integrations with familiar best-in-class tools like Microsoft’s Outlook® messaging software, Word, Excel® spreadsheet software, and Visio® software, as well as MathWorks’ MATLAB® environment and Simulink® environment, support a variety of methodologies for systems definition and modeling using the tools that engineers are used to using.

 Technical documentation is a critical component of product development as it supports the delivery of documents such as user guides and repair manuals along with the release of a product. In the past, product development needed to be completed before documentation could be created due to the ever-changing nature of design.

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