New ENOVIA VPM Navigator product integrates ENOVIA’s virtual product definition into CATIA’s easy-to-use design environment
Charlotte, NC, April 20, 2004 – Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and decision support solutions provider ENOVIA Corp., a Dassault Systèmes company (Nasdaq: DASTY: Euronext Paris: #13065, DSY.PA), will demonstrate its new ENOVIA VPM Navigator product during the COE Annual Conference and TechniFair, April 25-28, at the Fontainebleau Hilton Resort, in Miami Beach, Florida.
COE is a professional organization uniting and supporting the users of Dassault Systèmes’ software solutions including CATIA, ENOVIA, DELMIA, and SMARTEAM.
The new ENOVIA VPM Navigator product will be featured at the IBM-Dassault Systèmes booth in the COE Technifair. ENOVIA’s new ENOVIA VPM Navigator product provides unprecedented data management capabilities from within the familiar CATIA environment. The ENOVIA VPM Navigator product enables design engineers to seamlessly design in-context within a collaborative workspace. The unified PLM workspace empowers teams to work more closely together during the critical product development phases, resulting in faster and easier “right first time” collective product innovation.
More than a thousand attendees are expected over the four-day event. The COE Annual Conference will feature keynote presentations from top manufacturing companies, and Dassault Systèmes and IBM executives. ENOVIA PLM solutions will be featured in more than a dozen specialized sessions covering product lifecycle management, virtual product development modeling, digital product mock-up, and Web-based collaboration. Education and hands-on training sessions, and technology updates will also take place.
For 20 years, COE has helped users leverage their Dassault Systèmes’ solutions to stay ahead of the competition through information exchange, robust Web products, user conferences, product enhancement committees, professional networking opportunities, and much more. COE is comprised of more than 50,000 users in more than 400 member companies representing the aerospace and defense, automotive and transportation, consumer goods, shipbuilding, industrial machinery, electrical and electronics, fabrication and assembly, and plant design/AEC. For more information on COE visit: http://www.coe.org/