Integration of Teamcenter® and Cortona3D PC mask
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  • Do you feel constant pressure to produce competitive products faster and need a PLM solution that supports your design and production process?
  • Does the inability to generate technical documentation in parallel with product development delay the introduction of new products?
Many companies find it a real challenge to produce after-sales documentation cost-effectively and on time. This is because in most cases the production of technical publications is done in isolation from the other aspects of their operation. And this has adverse consequences.
The integration of Cortona3D with Teamcenter® (Siemens Industry Software) prevents this isolation of data. It introduces the possibility of workflow and revision management so technical product documentation is linked to the right parts within an assembly. This enables you to create dynamic technical publications and training procedures that are always up to date with the product changes driven by your Engineering Department.
Your product development and customer support divisions can be integrated at various levels:
  • Reuse of product and customer support information;
  • Automated workflows streamline communication between the two divisions.
  • Supplying text, 3D and 2D visualizations that are directly derived from your existing engineering data improves the quality of your Customer Support Department and training information;
  • Integration of your Technical Publication and Engineering Departments: both departments use the same CAD and BOM data;
  • Integrated communication because both departments use the same PLM system (Teamcenter®) which draws on a single source of information;
  • Shorter time to market;
  • Reduced risk of obsolete data being used to generate technical publications;
  • Reuse of data from Teamcenter® reduces the time required to generate technical publications;


  • Teamcenter® Engineering data import;
  • Extensive publication possibilities;
  • Technical publication previews;
  • Various standards, such as ATA 2200 and S1000D, available;
  • Revision management;
  • Team members can work together from different locations;
  • Workflow management.
More information about Integration of Teamcenter® and Cortona3D on Cortona3D website.
NOTE: Teamcenter® is a trademark or registered trademark of Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. or its subsidiaries in the United States and in other countries.
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