Imagine if more stakeholders could access the most up-to-date product information whenever they need it: manufacturing operations can work concurrently with engineering, purchasing knows what spare parts to buy, suppliers can access contract documentation, and quality can ensure that products are meeting industry standards. Enter PTC’s ThingWorx Navigate
ThingWorx Navigate enables stakeholders throughout the organization to easily access the rich data stored within the organization’s enterprise system – no training required. With out-of-the-box (OOTB) role and task-based apps that provide contextualized information as well as the ability to easily customize apps to meet organizational needs, ThingWorx Navigate helps users spend less time searching for data and more time doing what they do best: developing, manufacturing, selling, and supporting world class products.
Why ThingWorx Navigate
Contextual, role or task-based apps focused on the needs of the non-expert user
Seamless and more secure delivery of rich product development data managed in PLM to the enterprise
Little or no training required
Experience product information in multiple formats – whether on a screen or in augmented reality
Combine PLM data with data from other sources through the App Development Kit
Tailor OOTB apps or build customizable apps to meet specific business requirements
Rapid application development focused on flexible schema and reuse to quickly meet changing needs
Easy to install and upgrade independent from PLM solution stack
Enterprise PLM and Connected Devices at Whirlpool Corporation
See how Whirlpool Corporation used ThingWorx Navigate role-based apps to improve cross-functional collaboration.
Polaris Role-Based Access Demo
Discover the art-of-the-possible for accessing digital product information depending on the role in the organization.
Not only has ThingWorx Navigate made the transition from legacy systems to Windchill smoother, it has also demonstrated the value of extending product information to more stakeholders than we have previously.
Martin Mundinus, PLM Program Manager, MAN Truck & Bus