December 12, 2005
UGS Releases Second Version Of Solid Edge This Year
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    • October 09, 2008
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      Jeff Rowe questions whether 2 releases of updates per year is too much. While some users may be satisfied with the functionality they currently have, we always find important enhancements in each release, and implement them as soon as a stable version is available. Stable version is the key there, and I must say SE has gotten it right for the last 8 releases or so, fixing more bugs than their enhancements create, so we are ususally good to go by service pack 1. Impelementing new releases is an area where the stream technology really helps, because old tools can gain functionality w/o changing the workflow, and new tools follow a similar workflow so are easy to learn. The more often UGS is willing to update their software the happier we are here at Motovated Design and Analysis, and the more value we recieve from our maintenance dollars.

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