Document Your PLM Processes

October 6, 2023 Paul Burden

Has your organization invested in a PLM initiative?  ASCENT can help efficiently document your PLM processes regardless of the user role or PLM platform chosen, then develop tailored training content to ensure users are learning just the content they need for their specific role. This, along with a variety of learning styles to choose from- traditional guidebooks, narrated videos, custom simulated exercises - results in an increase of software adoption rates.

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Paul Burden

Director of Product Development<br><br>Paul has been in the business of technical training and support for CAD systems since 1995. During that time, he has led courseware projects for CAD and PDM software from most of the major developers of this type of software. Paul holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Memorial University in Newfoundland Canada and is a licensed Professional Engineer in Ontario Canada.

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