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    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved.DOMOREA C E 2 0 1 3
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved.A C E 2 0 1 3ACE 2013Peter SchroerFounder & CEO
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 3Welcome to ACE 2013!
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 4How to ACE Network Meet a collaborator for your next project Gather benchmarking data Exchange ideas Participate Engage with the presenters Speak up in the discussion sessions Learn Something New Business and Technical tracks
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 5Keynote Roadmap Community and Company Updates Resilient PLM Do More Be DifferentDOMORE
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 6Aras UpdateCommunity Momentum Well attended Community events in Americas,Germany, Japan, Denmark, Korea, China, Prague 200+ solutions, add-ons, and connectors availablefrom the community Great press and analyst coverage
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 7Aras UpdateCommunity Momentum 70,000+ world-wide downloads Now averaging 1,000 installations per month 2013 forecast is > 500,000 end-users world-wide 2014 forecast is Aras should become the most widelydistributed PDM/PLM software
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 8Aras UpdateCompany Momentum – 2012 Results 13 year company anniversary 6 year anniversary of the business model change 5 years of double-digit growth – 35% CAGR 2012 was an all-time record year – 70% growth
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 9Aras UpdateCompany Momentum – 2012 Highlights Successful launch of the Aras Japan subsidiary Success in hiring and the deployment of myInnovatorhave increased our scalability Large investment in the HTML-5 Client
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 10Aras UpdateCompany Momentum - 2013 2013 plan is 60% growth Completed a record Q1 already 20% headcount increase planned, focus on product areas Ramping new partners to double the number of certifiedAras engineers world-wide Aggressive roadmap
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 11ArasPTCDassault
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 12Aras Corp UpdateRoadmap Highlights Multi-CAD Visualization / Social tools suite Mobile Cloud
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 13“Resilient PLM”
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 14Background COFES http://cofes.com 10,000 year clock - http://longnow.org/clock
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 15Robust vs. ResilientHow do you contemplate building something robustenough to withstand 10,000 years of unknowns? Robust: Solid, immobile, strong, un-bending, …vs. Resilient: Adaptable, flexible, fault tolerant, …Is this relevant to Enterprise Software or PLM ?
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 16Resilient PLMThe 10 year PLM system Transparent – no hidden meaning, secret decoder ring. Ifyou found a DB without the software 10 years from now,could you still extract your product structure / data Evolvable – nothing platform specific, because we don’tknow what Microsoft, Google, Oracle (and the vendorsthat don’t exist yet) will be doing 10 years from now Adaptable – because company processes will surelychange in the next 10 years
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 17Resilient PLMAras Report Card – the 10 Year PLM SystemAlready been 13 years, and we did pretty well… Netscape  IE-6,7,8,9 and 10  FF  Mobile Java  Windows NT/2000/2008/2012  Cloud Progress DB  Oracle  SQL Server Transparent data model, vaulting files withouthashing the contentsand AML …
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 18Resilient PLMAras Report Card – the 10 Year PLM SystemAML was / is the Resilient secret sauce. Backwardcompatible, consistent syntax, change tolerant,Proof Point: US Army Arsenal – 13 years with ArasInnovator, 9 major versions, and the integrations /customizations made in the beginning still just work. AMLqueries from 2000 will still run today against the latestversion Innovator server.<Item type=‘Part’ action=‘get’…
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 19Resilient PLMSo why bring this up now? What does the Next 10 Years look like for your PLMproject? Hardware to support end-user count growth Vault file storage space requirements What-if more remote sites are added, is the network ready New functionality, new departments, new workflows,… Does PLM survive a management change? Acquisition? What-if if the CAD software is changed? ERP is changed? Are we designing and deploying in way that is resilient?
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 20Resilient PLM ACE 2013 – let’s talk about what Resilient PLM means,and how we do it right As we deploy PLM together; focus on Phase 1 success,but we better have a plan for Phases 2 … NDOMORE
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 21DOMOREThe Aras approach:“Do More… with More”
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 22DOMOREWHY ?External drivers, “Do More” is the only reasonableresponse to global competition Your competitors are innovating processes Your dependency on global suppliers is increasing Global economy is in fluxJoe Barkai will expand on this in the next session
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 23DOMOREWHY ?Internal drivers, “Do More” is a critical call to action Don’t rest on your laurels; management has a shortmemory: “what have you done lately” The Phase 1 go-live party hasn’t even finished and usersare asking for enhancements User expectations accelerate with success If you don’t provide the solution, users will find theirown work-arounds
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 24DOMOREHOW ?Aras enables Do More No IT limitations – scalable architecture leveragesdistribution, replication, and the power of the Cloud Rapidly expanding suite of solutions from Community Community lead – not limited by 1 vendor’s vision orability to deliver Open architecture, aligned with standards, easier tointegrate other software and processes
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 25DOMOREWHAT ?Examples of non-traditional PLM approaches Xerox – Compliance Sonnax – Incoming Inspection Woodbridge – Sales Quotes Getrag – ALM Honda – Supply Chain Coordination GE – MBOM and Manufacturing applications
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 26DOMOREStart Today …DO MORE at ACE 2013 than you thought you would: Actively Participate in the round-tables Brainstorm ideas with other users Engage with the partners on Phase 2 … N topics
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 27BEDIFFERENT
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 28 Don’t be constrained by conventionalwisdom, find the best solution Don’t feel restricted to best practices,find what really worksBEDIFFERENT
    • aras.comCopyright © 2013 Aras. All Rights Reserved. Slide 29BEDIFFERENTDOMORE
    • ACHIEVEDELIVERTRANSFORMIMPROVEOPTIMIZEADAPTCUSTOMIZEPERFORMEXPANDINNOVATEACCOMPLISHWINMOREA C E 2 0 1 3