Heatherly has almost 20 years in the enterprise application solution business with the majority of the time spent in the Product Lifecycle Management / Product Data Management and related supply chain environments. With experience ranging from the early toolkit days of Metaphase and PTC at Iomega Corporation through Agile and now Arena, she has specialized in understanding user needs and matching them with application solutions that enable business. Her expertise includes building global teams to implement, service and support customers from ETM to Fortune 100 (Dell, Microsoft, McAfee and more) on PLM systems and other enterprise applications. Heatherly is passionate about pushing technology to further support business behaviors and needs. Heatherly is always interested in spending time with the most important people: customers.
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The bill of materials (BOM)—the core intellectual property of product companies—starts out in good health. It’s created by engineering, checked against current component part supply, health and risks, vetted through the NPI...Continue reading »
April 23, 2014
In Star Trek, energy sources are abundant and range from dilithium crystals (critical for warp drive) and trilithium (star-destroying power) to antimatter and the vibrations and aura energy emanating from humans themselves....Continue reading »
The engineering change management process identifies proposed changes to products/parts. Individuals and teams involved in product design, manufacturing, quality...Continue reading »
March 22, 2014
A small startup textile company and BAE Systems winning a contract to provide the US Department of Defense with a few million dollars worth of “smart” uniforms. A car company and a hi-tech device and app company (yes, Apple) possibly partnering around batteries. Social needs-focused and micro-loan visionary Grameen...Continue reading »
Getting Back in the WaterI am back in the pool after years-long hiatus. And it is hard—harder than I expected. I play tennis three to four times a week...Continue reading »