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Dec 09, 2015

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Sunith Babu L

Well Written article, these kinds of article were history in the past, but we see such ideas and forecast for the future in a well written manner that also throws newer ideas to big CAD players.

Let's keep the finger crossed to see who will gobble the idea

Natarajan Ramamoorthy

If we look at ALL the PLM, other suitors for the 'Bride' could be Oracle, SAP, Infor as well. The intent of OnShape Produces has always been, Innovate, Develop, Sell and Sell-Off. The Caveat is the Industry (a.k.a Users) are not looking at Cloud based solutions, yet, on account of IPR sensitivity and not-so-reliable net connectivity to handle large scale users/ data. OneShape is still a work-in-progress and getting developed at the expense of its initial supporters (I would not use the word users, yet). Let us see if OneShape gets itself On To Shape for the Future of CAD. Otherwise, it will another blip on the CAD Screen.

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