I was wondering if anyone can answer a question for me. Is there a difference between Autodesk PLM 360 and Autodesk 360? I am attending Autodesk University and I am debating about taking the PLM 360 class because the company I work for uses Autodesk 360. Is it the same program with a new name or is it a totally different program? Would taking the PLM 360 classes benefit me at work or will it not help? Thanks!
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Welcome to the forums! In response to your quest, yes PLM 360 is a different program than Autodesk 360.
PLM 360 is a web based Product Life Management Application (you can learn more at http://www.autodeskplm360.com/ )
Autodesk 360 is a web based app for storage and collaboration for design work (you can learn more about it here https://360.autodesk.com/landing)
Hope this helps and Make sure you stop by and say hi at AU.
Yes and no, Yes taking the PLM 360 will not help you with Autodesk 360. However, since you’re already there, and if you have the time, taking an intro class to PLM 360 might be worthwhile. Many companies have found PLM 360 a very useful tool to help manage a variety of operations with in their current processes and have found other great uses for it as well.
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