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 Webinars 


[June 25, 2020]

Optimized Product Data Management – PTC Windchill PLM or SolidWorks PDM?

  • When: 11am -12pm Central Daylight Time (Chicago, GMT-05:00) 
  • What: The decision to go with a PDM or PLM solution can be challenging, whether you are starting your Product Data Management journey or you are an experienced PDM user. This webinar will compare PTC’s Windchill PLM to SolidWorks PDM to highlight how a PLM may be the better future-proof solution for your needs. Join the webinar to learn more. 
  • Register Now

 Tradeshows 



  • ISPE San Francisco Vendor Night
    Sep 2, 2020 | San Francisco, CA
    Event website
  • ISPE Boston Product Show
    Sep 26, 2020 | Boston, MA | 
    Meet us at Booth #E33
    Event website
  • Titanium USA
    Oct 11-13, 2020 | Chicago, IL | Meet us at Booth #710
    Event website
  • MD&M East
    Dec 1-3, 2020 | Philadelphia, PA | Meet us at Booth #710
    Event website
*These are virtual events.


 Career Fairs 



Coming soon...


 News 



  • Design Group joins the PTC Partner Network

    St.Louis - Oct. 29, 2019 - Barry-Wehmiller Design Group has announced that it has joined the PTC Partner Network with authorization to resell Windchill, PTC’s product lifecycle management (PLM) software, and ThingWorx, PTC’s industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) platform. Read more.

  • Design Group expands its presence in the Pacific Northwest

    St.Louis - May 11, 2018 - Barry-Wehmiller Design Group, a leading engineering and IT consulting firm, announced that it has opened a new office in Bellingham, Washington, strengthening the company’s growing presence in the Pacific Northwest. Read more.

  • Design Group, Barry-Wehmiller International merge to form unified consulting platform

    St.Louis - Nov. 11, 2017 - Barry-Wehmiller Design Group and Barry-Wehmiller International have officially merged to form a single, unified consulting platform, which will operate under the Design Group name. The merger creates a premier engineering and information technology services firm of more than 1,400 professionals. Read more.