SOLIDWORKS Workgroup PDM Retirement - Planning Your Next Move

As the retirement of SOLIDWORKS Workgroup PDM draws near, Fall 2017, we don’t want you to experience any setbacks. We have experts who can answer your questions and help prepare you for your transition to SOLIDWORKS PDM Standard or Professional. Just fill out the form and we will contact you soon.

Looking for more information now? Below you will find a blog, recorded webcast and infographics.

The time to start planning your migration to SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional or SOLIDWORKS PDM Standard is now—before Workgroup PDM is retired and support ends. This blog written by one of our data management experts explains that while there isn't an "easy button" for your migration, it doesn't have to be difficult.

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Both SOLIDWORKS product data management solutions can get your design data under control, but there are differences you need to know to understand which option is right for you. This infographic provides a side-by-side comparison of both PDM solutions to show you how they are different.

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Watch this video to learn more about SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional by seeing it in action. PDM expert, Joe Frank, demonstrates key functionality, including:

  • - Automated Tasks - Automatically convert SOLIDWORKS drawings to PDF, or many other file formats

  • - Project Folder Templates - Use templates inside your vault to automate the process of building documents and folders

  • - Engineering Change Notices - Streamline the engineering change process and link information between PDM and ECN/ECO documents 

Our award-winning technical team provides unsurpassed service and support for the products we sell. We offer more training options than any other 3D CAD solution provider in the country, and our consulting team delivers professional services for design automation and data management. See how we use the power of our people to provide the best value for our customers.

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