Longview Advisors Announces 2009 Collaboration & Interoperability Industry Survey
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Longview Advisors Announces 2009 Collaboration & Interoperability Industry Survey

Fifth Annual Survey Takes In-Depth Look at Best Practices




LOVELAND, Colo., Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Longview Advisors today announced its 2009 Collaboration & Interoperability Best Practices Survey. The annual survey looks at trends and factors in important areas like data exchange practices, preferred platforms and formats, 3D data handling and deployment processes, software requirements, CAD translation effectiveness and other related topics. Readers may take the 10 minute survey at www.longviewadvisors.com, or at the websites of its sponsors listed below.


The survey results will be published in Longview Advisors' popular annual Collaboration & Interoperability Market Report, which provides a collection of highly relevant invited papers examining the latest trends, issues and technologies in collaboration and interoperability. Many of the papers cover the most popular topics at Longview's highly regarded annual Collaboration & Interoperability Congress (CIC), which was held in May.


Promotional sponsors of Longview's 2009 Collaboration & Interoperability survey include: CADCAMnet ( www.cadcamnet.com), the Connectpress Communities ( www.connectpress.com), Desktop Engineering ( www.deskeng.com), MCADCafe ( www.mcadcafe.com) and Tenlinks ( www.tenlinks.com). Commercial sponsors of the survey include: Adobe Systems, CT Core Technologies, Intel, ITI TranscenData, Kubotek USA, Right Hemisphere and Spatial.


Longview's Collaboration & Interoperability Market Report is widely regarded as a valuable aid in determining collaboration and interoperability strategies, best practices, and processes in both manufacturing and supplier organizations, and the software companies that serve them. The Report will be free to the public via registered download, when it becomes available.


"Our survey is a great opportunity for anyone in manufacturing to help make a difference in improving the state of collaboration and interoperability in our industry," explained David Prawel, president at Longview Advisors. "It's a chance to translate a 10 minute contribution into potentially big improvements for many of their fellow manufacturing professionals."


The next annual Collaboration & Interoperability Conference (CIC) will be held from May 3 to 5, 2010 in Estes Park, Colorado (visit www.3DCIC.com). Visitors to the CIC web site may also view presentations and listen to audio recordings from this year's event.


About Longview Advisors

Longview Advisors Inc. provides consulting services in the business, technology and application of 3D software in product lifecycle management. For more information, please visit: www.longviewadvisors.com, or the Longview advisors blog: www.3Dubiquity.com.



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