PTC Expands Strategic Partnerships

PTC has announced a raft of new initiatives to boost its environmental sustainability practices at the recent LiveWorx 23.

The digital transformation company has signed the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) commitment letter, pledging near-term emissions reductions and long-term net-zero targets.

In addition, the company is expanding its relationships with Ansys and aPriori to support manufacturers’ environmental sustainability goals in the areas of product dematerialization and manufacturing efficiency.

“PTC’s SBTi commitment is rooted in our belief that it’s the right thing to do as we consider the impacts of climate change,” says Catherine Kniker, chief strategy and marketing officer at PTC. “It’s also part of a broader commitment that we’re making with our manufacturing customers, as we’ll reduce our own footprint in a manner that’s consistent with their environmental sustainability goals.”

In parallel with its SBTi commitments, PTC is broadening the ways in which it supports manufacturers’ efforts to reduce the environmental footprint of their products.

PTC enables manufacturers to address these footprint considerations with its product design and lifecycle management software and through new partner integrations with Ansys and aPriori.

PTC and Ansys, who have been working together for several years on product design and simulation software, will pursue more integrated workflows between PTC’s Creo computer-aided design (CAD) and Windchill product lifecycle management (PLM) software with Ansys’ materials information management solution, Ansys Granta MI.

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