Reference ChecksBy Joshua Weinberger | Posted 2003-01-17 Email Print
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Dossier: Agile is a hot item in the electronics industry and prides itself on good word-of-mouth, ease-of-use, and a self-supporting user community.
Executives listed here are all users of Agile Software's products. Their willingness to talk has been confirmed by Baseline.
Senior Manager, Engineering Services
Project: KVM-switch manufacturer implemented Agile 6 in 2000. Aims to upgrade to 8.5 in the next several months.
Manager, PDM Processes
Project: Laser manufacturer went live on Agile 6.7 in 2001 to funnel high-quality front-end information into Oracle Manufacturing system, and to speed the change process and time-to-market. Now on 7.0, and looking to move to 8.5.
Document Service Manager
Project: One of the first to implement Agile 6.7, the PDA manufacturer is now committed to a spring 2003 upgrade to version 8.5.
Director, Engineering Data Management
Project: Storage solutions company is implementing Agile 8.5 this month for the infrastructure behind its collaborative outsource business model.
Director, Engineering & Quality Assistance
Project: The result of a three-company merger, the metal-based automotive components supplier's use of Agile dates back to version 4.0. On track to complete an upgrade from 8.0 to 8.5 by the end of January.
SATURN ELECTRONICS & ENGINEERINGBill Deighton
VP, Information Technology & Services
Project: Automotive electronics provider uses portions of 8.0 to cut procurement and product development costs.