Across-the-board Efficiencies with 3D End-to-end PLM
Shanghai, China– April 13, 2007 – Dassault Systèmes (DS) (Nasdaq: DASTY; Euronext Paris: #13065, DSY.PA), a world leader in 3D and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions, today announced its 2007 PLM Executive Summit in China. The event will bring together China’s most influential manufacturers in the aviation, automotive, shipbuilding and E&E industries. The PLM Executive Summit will propose ways to help manufacturers transform the current “Made in China” economy to “Created in China” and will be held in Shanghai Pudong on May 25 in the prestigious JinMao Tower.
Dassault Systemes’ President and CEO Bernard Charles will deliver a keynote speech about ”DS PLM: Accelerating & Expanding Business Value”. Other speakers include executives from HP, Microsoft, IBM, Tsinghua University, Airbus and Gartner, who will share their perspectives on how PLM solutions enable companies to drive top-line revenue growth and bottom-line profitability.
“Dassault Systèmes is honored to work with local customers and partners that are carving the future for China, such as The First Aircraft Institute, Beijing Foton Auto, Dong Feng Electric Machinery, Die Manufacturing Co., Ltd of FAW, Wen Chong Shipyard and Yan Tai Raffles Shipyard. The summit is valuable for industry leaders to share experiences and find solutions to current and future business challenges. DS brings over 25 years experience in 3D and PLM to the table and wants to share this know how for the benefit of Chinese business,” says Denis Georgeon, general manager PLM Channel China & South Asia, Dassault Systèmes.
For the past two decades, China’s manufacturing industry has driven the country’s rapid economic growth and strong positioning in the global economy. Now China is poised to go to the next level and develop locally owned, worldwide famous brands. Innovation is the key. China’s manufacturing industries must accelerate technological advances, adopt environmentally friendly methods, and produce added-value and high-quality goods, all while being good stewards and consuming less resources.