Is anyone using Windchill to manage a software product that does not have CAD?
We are actually a chemical company, but it occurred to me that some practices for managing a software type product might apply to us (in part) rather than a typical manufacturing environment. Actually there are two things that could be managed: The architectural/electrical construction drawings for building the process buildings and equipment for making the chemicals (not mass produced) and the actual chemicals themselves that are mass produced.
Re: Is anyone using Windchill to manage a software product that does not have CAD?
The architectural drawings would be a type of CAD file, so a perfect fit for Windchill.
The chemical processes could also be managed, maybe like some of the consumer good companies use Windchill. I know there are clothing manufacturers who use Windchill and Proctor & Gamble uses it for packaging.