Creo, PTC’s design software, enables companies to unlock potential within their organizations
Creo, PTC’s new family of design software, helps companies address their most pressing product development challenges to enable them to rapidly innovate and compete more effectively in the marketplace. Today’s organizations are struggling with global engineering teams and processes, efficiently incorporating corporate acquisitions and working with a multitude of customers and suppliers. In addition, the chronic problems with 3D CAD technologies- usability, interoperability, technology lock-in and assembly management- make these challenges even harder to overcome. Creo delivers breakthrough technologies that address the unsolved 2D and 3D CAD problems.
Creo is a scalable suite of interoperable, integrated applications, spanning the entire spectrum of product development. Creo product design apps allow everyone in the enterprise to use the tools that work best for them so that they can contribute fully to the product development process. In addition to Creo Parametric, several standalone apps deliver new capabilities for 2D and 3D CAD modeling, analysis and visualization. Creo also provides an unprecedented level of interoperability to ensure data can be easily shared between teams both internally and externally. A few of the apps are highlighted below:
|Boundary Systems on Inc. 5000 List for Third Year in a Row|
Again Makes Inc. Magazine's annual list of Fastest-Growing Private Companies
Cleveland, Ohio, September 30, 2013. Technology reseller Boundary Systems is proud to announce its third consecutive appearance on Inc. Magazine's annual list of Fastest-Growing Private Companies. This year, Boundary Systems makes the list in spot no. 1398 based on 288 percent growth over the past three years and new jobs added within the organization.
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