In this class, we explore Autodesk PLM 360 software workspace functionality by reviewing standard Autodesk PLM 360 tenant solutions. Autodesk PLM 360 workspaces are packed with capabilities to help you manage your business processes. We review project management tools, workflows, lifecycles and revision controls, notifications, supplier management, file attachments, and much more. Through our review of the standard Autodesk PLM 360 solutions, we examine workspace features that can help you run your business.
- Identify which workspace features to use for different business solutions
- Describe the capabilities that are available in Autodesk PLM 360 to manage records and relationships
- Use project management tools, workflows, lifecycles, and revision controls
- Apply and implement features and functions
Brian Schanen works for Autodesk, Inc., as a technical marketing manager focused on Autodesk PLM 360 software. In this role, he builds and delivers collateral for both customers and Autodesk's channel partners to increase the chance of successful and enthusiastic use of Autodesk PLM 360 software. Through blog posts, videos, and white papers covering Autodesk PLM 360 software and product data management, Brian evangelizes Product Lifecycle Management Solutions. He has also taught at Autodesk University multiple times, and he now works with customers to implement complete solutions specializing in the Autodesk products. See more at: http://underthehood-autodesk.typepad.com/blog/about-the-author.html#sthash.CU5vIzTj.dpuf
Martin Gasevski works for Autodesk as a Product Manager focused on Autodesk PLM 360, residing in the Novi, Michigan office. He has been actively involved in the PLM & PLM space for over a decade as a SW Developer, Success Engineer and recently as a Product Manager. In the current role, he contributes to the product roadmap on both strategic and tactical levels specifying market requirements and driving solutions across development teams. His present focus is the Scripting engine, API, and Integrations. Prior that, Martin lead a server-side development group responsible for scaling and maintaining Vault product line. This involved large customer PDM rolouts using data replications, backup and restore strategies across geographies. Martin joined Autodesk 10 years ago after developing 3D Simulation and Visualization product focusing on simulating robotics, factory and material flow, PLC programming & validation, and statistical analysis. He holds a BS in Computer Science degree.