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Upcoming PLM Events

By     JULY 22, 2016

Accelerate 2016 Official

We have two great PLM events coming up.

PLM Virtual User Group: August 17th, 12PM ET

Our next PLM Virtual User Group is happening Wed, August 17th at 12PM ET. We began holding these quarterly webinars after last year's Accelerate conference. Users who attended were able to hear from other customers -  their specific business challenges, how they came to PLM, how they're using PLM currently, and their plans for future expansion. Those who attended really saw value in learning from the experiences of fellow Fusion Lifecyclers. Our Virtual User Groups are an extension of this conference, and gives you the chance to learn from other users from the comfort of your office. This August's webinar will be hosted by Autodesk Partner (and PLM expert) Advanced Solutions – the format will be similar to past user groups, and they will be bringing at least one of their customers to share with you. You can get signed up here.

Accelerate 2016: Sept 15-16th

The next event is a big one – Accelerate 2016! If you are part of our Community in any way, I'm sure you've heard all about it. What you may not know however is how this conference will differ from the last two years'. It will be held at the same location as Accelerate 2015 – the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, MA. Most of our customer-led breakout sessions will feature Fusion Lifecycle customers, much like the previous 2 years. This year, however, we will allow even more time for networking with others in the industry, and will expand the conversation to include the entire Fusion Product Innovation platform. You'll have the opportunity to hear about Autodesk's IoT, CPQ and CAD/CAM products, along with PLM.

If you plan to attend, I encourage you to get signed up by July 31st to take advantage of our early bird discount – you can register for $149 (25% off). To learn more and secure your pass, check out our event page here. I'll be sharing information about the breakout sessions over the next few weeks, so keep an eye on the blog!


– Kimberly Stout, Community Manager