Data vs Information vs Knowledge

The difference between Data vs Information vs Knowledge has been articulated by very many people in the past. I came across an interesting presentation from Ryan Norman in this presentation and wanted to share his perspective. DATA Data represents a fact or statement without relation to other things – Example: It is raining INFORMATION Information... Continue Reading →

Punditas AI based Enterprise Knowledge Maps

Punditas Knowledge Maps serve as your guide to "Where", "What", "How" of Enterprise Knowledge & Training. Simply put, Punditas knowledge map captures "what" knowledge resides "where" in your company and the patterns of "how" knowledge flows in terms of access, distribution within your organization. When to use Punditas Knowledge Maps Gain insights into your Users experiences,... Continue Reading →

AI based Product dashboard in Punditas Advisor

Punditas AI platform presents stories about Enterprise Products in a conversational format. The content of this dashboard is populated based on each individual's personal style and behavior using our AI and ML algorithms. Some of the key features of the dashboard include - 6 tiles present different perspectives for the selected "Product" Current Environment tile... Continue Reading →

AI automates repetitive learning and discovery of Enterprise Application data

Artificial intelligence is changing how Users adopt and use Enterprise Application Software by making it easier to find content from a multitude of sources. With the help of AI and Machine Learning, Content discovery is undergoing a generational upgrade, where recommendations are more intelligent, tailored to User based on each individuals style and preference, Search functions... Continue Reading →

SWOT Analysis for your Model Based Journey

SWOT analysis typically includes internal aspects of your company as well as factors external to your company. However, we at Punditas have adapted SWOT analysis to include mostly internal aspects of your company for MBE initiative. This adapted version of SWOT Analysis in Punditas MBE Advisor is a strategic planning tool that’s used to evaluate the... Continue Reading →

4 reasons why your current approach to Model Based Enterprise(MBE) will not work

Having worked with numerous customers, I see 4 things that are show-stoppers as companies try to implement MBD (Model Based Definition) and MBE (Model Based Enterprise). Current approaches are - 1. Siloed 2. Disconnected 3. Non-collaborative 4. Non-inclusive Siloed Today, "to each to his/her own set of information" Information about current/target Maturity levels, People,Training needs,... Continue Reading →

Enterprise Software issues are typically interconnected. Punditas AI platform makes the connections for you

In an Enterprise, issues are typically related to each other as Enterprise Applications are inter-dependent. For example, what might start off as a Creo issue might end up with Windchill/TeamCenter/SolidWorks/SAP/etc. issue. If your environment is anything like the below Punditas AI Platform can help your Enterprise Users resolve issues faster because they can easily visualize... Continue Reading →

Unsung Creo Capabilities You Should Try

You probably know that Creo Parametric can create parts, assemblies, and drawings. But how familiar are you with the depth and breadth of Creo Parametric’s other capabilities?Creo is a complete Computer Aided Engineering platform for performing design, analysis, and manufacturing processes throughout your product’s life cycle. There are probably a few capabilities that Creo has... Continue Reading →

MBD essentials with Creo Parametric 5.0

Reason #1: Conversion Tool for Legacy Set Datum Annotations in Model-Based Definition There is a tool to convert legacy set datum annotations. The tool to convert legacy set datum annotations, guides you through the process of converting legacy set datum annotations created in Creo Parametric 3.0 and earlier, into the modernized datum feature symbols. The associativity to... Continue Reading →

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