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Best of luck to all fellow users and remember to spread word about VX.
Message 2 of 4
I completely agree with your assessment of VX. It has offered me a competitive advantage at three different companies (I brought it with me as I moved around over the years). It is really baffling to me that it's not wildly popular. Part of me wants it to stay a secret, but clearly it would be better for all if it became as prevalent as it is technologically impressive.
Message 3 of 4
Also, I have to say, VX as a company are remarkably quiet on new releases. Even on the VX website there is no real splash on VX 11! I've not seen a single press release in any online or printed newsletter announcing v11. Why? Compare this to SolidWorks, say, where every week I get a press release (I'm on some kind of SW list!) announcing how such and such a company have just bought x hundred seats, and such and such a person from xyz inc thinks SolidWorks has given them the competitive advantage etc etc.
As a designer/owner/specifier none of this interests me but it does raise awareness. What I would really like to see though are features that the likes of PTC and UG used to do showing how a well known product was designed in their software and the workflow involved (and how the various features in the software aided this). Its kind of liberating to be told so and so designed this product 100% in ABC software. Its also interesting to see such models as sample files in the software! Nothing like a history tree to teach you how to model!!
I've worked in marketing and sales, as well as product design (well half the time its one and the same!!) and I know there is no easy answer, but I do think at the very least we could perhaps make more of a fanfare about the product when it does go to a major release....
Message 4 of 4
Have you guys seen the new manuals? Awsome stuff! The response from new users is "Thanks for the effort. This really puts me in the fast lane."
Great work behind the scenes.
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