RuleStream To Showcase At National Manufacturing Week 2006

WAKEFIELD, Mass.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—March 14, 2006— RuleStream Corporation, provider of rules-driven product management (RPM) solutions to the discrete manufacturing industries, will demonstrate RuleStream's latest .NET-based solution at the 2006 National Design Engineering show (NDES) during National Manufacturing Week. RuleStream significantly extends value for manufacturers in both engineer-to-order (ETO) and new product development (NPD) environments.

RuleStream will exhibit at booth #18028 and will be highlighted in several strategic sessions during the conference, scheduled from March 21-23 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL.

RuleStream will demonstrate its industry-leading ability to support discrete manufacturers' needs with a unique "Build-Deploy-Improve" loop. RuleStream's RPM software is an enterprise-level software solution that provides the tools manufacturers need to create a truly sustainable process with a platform for continuous improvement and innovation.

Through its philosophy of tightly integrating with leading 3D CAD, PLM, PDM and ERP suppliers, RuleStream helps engineer new products at the point of sale creating accurate 3D models and drawings needed to process an order. RuleStream allows sales groups, design engineers and manufacturing teams to -

-- capture and reuse intellectual property

-- validate designs more effectively

-- increase opportunities to assess design alternatives

-- have more time for new design innovations

RuleStream will be showcasing its latest .NET-based software release, which allows manufacturers and their customers and suppliers to access and create new product designs securely and easily over the Internet.
RuleStream and RPM will be highlighted in the following strategic
conference sessions; 

    --  "Building an Effective Business Case for Enterprise Software
        Tuesday, March 21, 2006 - 2:00-2:50 
        By Phil Stockton of RuleStream Corp

    --  "Maximize your PLM investment with Rules-driven Product 
        Wednesday, March 22, 2006 - 3:00-3:50
        By David Vredenburgh of RuleStream Corp

    --  Ed Miller, president of CIMdata, will be hosting a panel
        discussion with 3 RuleStream customers 
        "The Value of Rules-driven Product Management (RPM)" 
        Thursday, March 23, 2006 - 11:00-11:50

"RPM is an important new technology bringing strong business benefits and solutions to the many challenges new product development and ETO manufacturers face," said Ed Miller, president of CIMdata. "RPM preserves and reuses company knowledge as essential intellectual capital. The value is realized across all product-centric business operations, including sales and bidding, product engineering, manufacturing and operational management."

"RuleStream's industry-leading technology has repeatedly demonstrated its ability to bring value to forward thinking discrete manufacturers," said Robert Nierman, chief executive officer of RuleStream. "With strong integrations to major ERP, PLM and CAD systems, RuleStream's enterprise-level solution extends and complements the existing user environments. In the RuleStream and RPM conference sessions, attendees can learn about how our customers have extended the value of their PLM investments with RPM."

About RuleStream

RuleStream, the leader in rules-driven product management (RPM), allows manufacturers to accelerate product planning, design and production by more effectively aggregating and managing their Intellectual Property (IP) assets. RuleStream's RPM software solutions help companies in many industries--from F&A to AEC to automotive and aerospace--realize higher productivity, faster design cycles, better quality and greater product innovation. RuleStream ensures that business decisions incorporate the most up-to-date product-based IP. RuleStream employs a breakthrough user environment allowing subject matter experts to easily capture rules about requirements, best practices, and capabilities for all product-centric business operations. Visit RuleStream at

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