Randy Pettit

Randy Pettit
Founder and CEO of Domain Systems. Husband, Father, and proud Grandfather. Highly accomplished leader, consultant, and software engineer.
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What Agile PLM Users in 2021 Need to Know About Their Application

Posted by Randy Pettit on Aug 21, 2019 4:10:18 PM

For the last four years Agile PLM users have been in a sort of limbo about the longevity of their application. There have been a lot of rumors, user uncertainty and vendor silence. For better or worse, the situation is coming to a head. And again, for better or worse, you are being forced into making an important decision. I want to make sure you are ready for it.

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Topics: Oracle Agile

Announcement: PTC Alliance

Posted by Randy Pettit on Jul 8, 2019 10:01:39 AM

Domain Systems, one of the industry’s longest standing service providers, has extended its PLM offering via their new alliance partner, PTC. 

Together, we offer a range of new products and value-add services to better accommodate our customers. 

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Topics: Solutions, PLM, PTC

When Should I Move My PLM to the Cloud?

Posted by Randy Pettit on Sep 14, 2017 10:52:50 AM

The overall concept of delivering computing resources through a global (web) network actually began in the 1960’s with the ideas of visionary JCR Licklider (see Intergalactic-computer-network with apologies to Al Gore).  Mr. Licklider’s idea was for everyone to be interconnected, accessing programs and data from any site, anywhere.   While not called cloud computing back then, the similarity to modern day definitions cannot be ignored. 

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Topics: Cloud, PLM

Product Development and the Path to the Cloud

Posted by Randy Pettit on Aug 1, 2017 3:00:00 PM

As companies buy more and more into trusting their applications to the cloud, it becomes imperative that the value to do so is completely understood. Failure to do so can send a company backward in functionality, invoke additional cost and productivity loss to mention a few.

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Topics: Strategy, Cloud, PLM