Minneapolis, MN â€” May 19, 2009 â€” Fishbowl Solutions, a leading technology consulting and software development firm supplying solutions to the manufacturing industry, announced support for AutoDesk Inventor files with their linkLoader for WindchillÂ® PDMLinkâ„˘ solution.
Manually importing 3D CAD data, like AutoDesk Inventor, into PTCâ€™s Windchill PDMLink from a file system is time consuming and diverts valuable resources away from engineering work. linkLoader automates this manual process allowing customers to import data faster, while accurately mapping metadata.
A leading global technology solutions provider to high-value segments of the food processing and air transportation industries worked with Fishbowl Solutions to help develop the Inventor functionality. Loading AutoDesk Inventor files during their PDMLink implementation was a manual process, taking multiple times longer than Pro/ENGINEER files. Fishbowlâ€™s linkLoader solution automated this manual process and helped their implementation to stay on track.
For more information on linkLoader for AutoDesk Inventor please contact
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About Fishbowl Solutions
Fishbowl Solutions (
www.fishbowlsolutions.com), founded in 1999, is differentiated by its unparalleled industry and technology expertise, its solid reputation for on-time delivery, its value-added results and its clear-thinking, accountable and knowledgeable people.
Fishbowl Solutionsâ€™ areas of expertise include: PTCâ€™s Pro/INTRALINKÂ®, Pro|ENGINEERÂ®, Pro/TOOLKITÂ®, Pro/INTRALINK Â® Toolkit and WindchillÂ® software solutions, as well as being a Gold Level member of the PTC PartnerAdvantageâ„˘ Program. Fishbowl also has an outstanding reputation of working with OracleÂ® (formerly Stellent) content management and has its own suite of add-on software solutions.
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Media Contact: Amanda Broman
Fishbowl Solutions, Inc.
Phone: (952) 465-3400
Fishbowl Solutions Announces Support for AutoDesk Inventor
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