Bangalore, India, April 17, 2015: PTC, the leading technology solution provider hosted the 3rd edition of the PTC Live Tech Forum in Pune and Chennai. One of the most awaited technology events in India, the PTC Live Tech Forum brings together PTC solutions experts and best-in-class industry presenters to share the latest information on PTC’s breakthrough technologies of PTC Creo®, PTC Windchill®, PTC Integrity®, PTC Arbortext® and PTC Mathcad® . The conference attracted more than 450 attendees in Pune and 350 attendees in Chennai.
Conference attendees gained insight into PTC’s corporate strategy and technology vision and learned about the latest new technology trends like Internet of Things and Smart Connected Products. The PTC sessions highlighted how smart connected products are transforming the manufacturing industry and how product serviceability can be attained with great customer satisfaction. A 90 minute training session hosted by PTC University was conducted to help engineers learn and boost their productivity using PTC Creo. Key spokespeople at the event included Thomas Roser, Vice President, International Marketing, Paul Sagar, Director of Product Management and SK Suman from Tata Steel.
“We are very pleased with the success of the conference. An event like the TechForum provides a great opportunity to showcase PTC’s comprehensive portfolio of breakthrough technologies through product updates, training, best practices and networking ,” said Jamie Pappas, Divisional Vice President, Asia Pacific Sales and Distribution. “We also value the opportunity the event provides for us to interact with our customers, gain deeper understanding of their requirements and help them to maximize the value of their PTC solutions.”
PTC (NASDAQ: PTC) enables manufacturers to achieve sustained product and service advantage. PTC’s technology solutions help customers transform the way they create, operate and service products for a smart, connected, world. Founded in 1985, PTC employs approximately 6,000 professionals serving more than 28,000 businesses in rapidly-evolving, globally distributed manufacturing industries worldwide.