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22 October 2007

Implementation Investments

Samsung SDI Successfully Adopts Windchill® for Enterprise PLM

PTC announced that Samsung SDI , a world leading digital products company, has successfully deployed PTC® Windchill® as its enterprise-wide PLM system. Windchill is PTC's content and process management solution that enables Samsung SDI to streamline its product development processes to deliver superior products and improve customer satisfaction.

Windchill is the only PLM solution designed from the ground up to work in an Internet-based, distributed design environment. Samsung SDI will adopt Windchill across the organization as its central source of information for products being designed and manufactured. Specifically, SDI intends to utilize Windchill for its Engineering Change Management, Part/Product Information Management, Bill of Materials (BOM) Management, Standards Management, Technical Document Management and Engineering Data Management requirements.

"For better performance in delivering products to the market, we are standardizing on our product development and management processes throughout the world," said Hyun-Soo Choi, Ph. D., executive vice president of process innovation team, Samsung SDI. "We have gladly selected PTC Windchill for Samsung's standardized PLM system. We trust its superior capabilities and look forward to working with PTC."

"Samsung SDI is a leading display and energy company and we are pleased to be their long-term strategic PLM partner," said Chad Hawkinson, vice president product strategy, electronics, PTC. "SDI's decision demonstrates that we are providing real-world business solutions to our customers and enabling them to be strong competitors in the electronics industry."

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