PERSISTENT ENGINEERING LIFECYCLE ROADSHOW (FORMERLY RATIONAL USERS GROUP)
11 November, 2019
About the Event
Hardware and software development is growing more complex and connected than ever before, with nearly every product imaginable bursting with sensors and connectivity.
The industrywide and regional regulations these products must adhere to are also growing in complexity, as the standards bodies and governments try to keep pace with the pace of advancement.
To stay ahead of these trends, organizations must explore new approaches to foster collaborative work, embed the latest best practices, and optimize their ability to deliver innovative products with quality and speed for less cost.
With those goals in mind, Persistent Systems invites you to join us for Persistent Engineering Lifecycle Roadshow on 11 November 2019 in Eindhoven.
This free event will allow you to:
- Discuss industry trends and challenges
- Share best practices
- Learn about the latest software developments from Persistent Systems and IBM
- Join Live demos
- Meet and network with others in your role and industry
- Access information you won’t be able to find anywhere else
Availability at this event is limited, so we encourage you to register quickly.
|09:30||Welcome, Persistent Intro & Agenda Review||Mark Simpson & Mike Kuklenko, Persistent Systems|
|10:15||AI in Engineering||Richard Watson / Morgan Brown, IBM|
|11:00||Integration and Exchanging Data||Ed Gentry, Persistent Systems|
|12:00||Continental’s presentation on Global Configuration and Workflow||Ed Gentry, Persistent Systems|
|13:30||ELM Roadmap||Richard Watson, IBM|
|14:30||Configuration Management Maturity Curve||Ed Gentry, Persistent Systems|
Morgan Brown, Richard Watson, IBM
|15:15||Integrations (including UNITE for GitHub/Jira/PLM)||Daniel Beerens / Ed Gentry, Persistent Systems|
|16:15||Persistent Perspective on Industry 4.0 & customer case study||Bertrand Raillard, Persistent Systems|
Richard Watson, IBM
|17:00||Wrap Up & Final Comments||Bertrand Raillard, Ed Gentry, Persistent Systems / Richard Watson, IBM|
|17:15||Networking over drinks|
Technical Solution Consultant
Started as a contracted software configuration manager at Philips EMT (now Kulicke & Soffa) in 1998.
Responsible for the Change- and Configuration Management parts of ELM implemented for the development of the Baggage Handling System at T5 in 2004-2007 for Vanderlande Industries.
Senior Product Manager, Engineering Requirements Management Tools,
DOORS and DOORS Next
Richard is the product manager for IBM DOORS family and plays a key role in contributing to the strategy of IBMs Engineering Requirements Definition and Management products.Read More
President, Alliance Unit and Industrial Sector
Mark is responsible for the Development, Support, Sales and Services for Persistent’s Engineering Lifecycle Management Solutions based on IBM’s market leading ELM Software Products.
Mark leads a large world-wide team of Engineers in 9 Development Centers in 6 countries across North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.Read More
Senior Vice President
Mike Kuklenko was appointed to his current position; Senior Vice President Sales, Persistent Systems in January 2018.
Mike has full responsibility for software and services sales for ELM, PLM, IoT, Asset management and Data and Network performance management globally.
Senior Solution Architect
Ed Gentry is a Senior Solution Architect at Persistent Systems advising companies in the best deployment, configuration and usage of ELM. Previously he was a Senior Development Architect of DOORS Next and was responsible for the product’s web user interface.