The PLM Dojo is in no way affiliated with Siemens PLM or any of its subsidiaries.
The PLM Dojo has no claim to the terms Teamcenter, Teamcenter Engineering, Teamcenter Enterprise, Teamcenter Unified, BMIDE, ITK, or pretty much anything else that sounds like a trademarked term that you’ve seen or heard in their literature. I assume those terms are all trademarked by Siemens PLM or one of its subsidiaries, but I’m too lazy to figure out how to verify that.
Any opinions I express here are solely my own and not those of my employer. In fact, my employer has no opinions about anything. You know why? Because my employer is a corporation and companies don’t have opinions. Companies are not living organisms and they certainly ain’t people. The company I work for also does not love me, hate me, or care if I floss my teeth. And neither does yours. Again,
Company != Person, so don’t go trying to anthropomorphize them.
A bit of legalese that’s required of me by Amazon,
Scott Pigman is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. Basically, if you click on one of the Amazon ads or a link to Amazon.com and then buy something, I’ll get a cut. I certainly hope that’s not a problem.
Any resemblance to other PLM Dojos, living or dead, is purely coincidental.
My spelling and grammar skills are perfect. Anything that appears to be a spelling or grammatical error is actually done intentionally as a joke that you obviously did not get. I’m sorry, but if I have to explain the joke it won’t be funny.