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Your Place. Your Peers.

Connect without boundaries. Create without limits.  Digital Enterprise Society is committed to providing members with unbiased forums where members can share ideas about product development and lifecycles.

This community will focus on the digital enterprise regardless of software systems used: the place to discuss tool tips, best practices, and connected data.



Professional Collaboration Groups

Digital Enterprise Society Global - The DES Global Group is the members-only group for all Digital Enterprise Society members.  Join and start to network, discuss, and collaborate!

Siemens PLM Users - Group exclusively for Siemens PLM Software users and past-PLM World Members. 


Working Groups

Academic Working Group The Academic Working Group is established to incorporate a more inclusive relationship within the higher education community (universities, technical schools and high schools) at industry events and Digital Enterprise Society throughout the year.

Aerospace Working Group  - The AWG works with and is recognized by Siemens PLM. The AWG selects projects to work on collaboratively and provides input to Siemens PLM. The projects are selected from within the AWG community, from the Siemens PLM Aerospace Executive Council, and from other councils. All projects from all sources will be considered based on their applicability to AWG member interests.  

Teamcenter Integration for Creo Working Group -  First established in 2007 in a meeting at Mercury Marine.  We have held annual PLM World meetings and periodic call-in meetings since then. 

Teamcenter Integration for SolidWorks This group of Teamcenter customers will discuss topics of mutual interest, related to managing SolidWorks data with Teamcenter. The objectives are to share information on known issues, best practices and product roadmap, and to provide feedback to product management on enhancement opportunities and priorities.


Volunteer Groups

 Beta Badgers - Beta Badgers are special group of volunteers who provide insight to the Society staff via our online forums, responding to questions and engaging in discussions designed to identify industry trends and enhance the value of the Society‚Äôs resources, programs, and member services. 


 Don't see something that meets your needs and want to start your own group? Any five members can come together to initiate an official working group. Contact Wendy Holliday at to start your group.