Get a better understanding of the power of Fusion Lifecycle software by taking a closer look at its genetic makeup. In this class, we'll take a deeper look into its various parts, including the skeletal system (workspaces); the nervous system (notifications); the muscular system (workflow); the digestive system (import/export); the dermal system (presentation layer); and the autonomic system (scripting).
- Understand the core capabilities delivered out of the cloud
- Explore workspace relationships: are we related?
- Gain an in-depth view of how the approval board process works
- Understand the functionality of library scripts and how you can use them to extend your solution
Michelle Stone is an Autodesk PLM 360 software product manager. Before joining Autodesk, Inc., Michelle worked with product lifecycle management (PLM) systems, including Oracle Agile EDM [formerly Eigner + Partner CADIM (EDM)]; Oracle Agile 9; and Aras Innovator. Michelle's software-related activities included design; development and testing of integrations for various third-party systems and applications; legacy data migrations; custom business-process modeling enhancements; and upgrades. She is focused on managing the development of PLM business process applications and helping customers expand their use of Autodesk PLM software to help drive greater returns on investment and process improvements. Michelle enjoys sharing product knowledge and expertise with the community via Twitter (@stoneformation), Facebook, blogs, and the PLM Talk webinar series. Email Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org or www.linkedin.com/in/stoneformation/
Craig Godfrey is a Sr. User Experience Designer for the Data Management group at Autodesk in Novi, Michigan. Craig has worked at Autodesk for 10 years starting in Quality Assurance for AutoCAD Mechanical, Inventor, and the Vault line of products. Before joining Autodesk, Craig was an Applications Engineer for 2 years.