Luxury Mobile Phone Maker Vertu Starts Using PTC Software


Luxury mobile phones-maker Vertu has replaced its legacy software with PTC solutions, a move that is reducing its design cycles by 50%, according to PTC. The software being used include Creo (CAD software) and Windchill (PLM technology).  Vertu also implemented the PTC Precision LMS eLearning solution.

[Image courtesy: Vertu]

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