Why is SOLIDWORKS 2016 PDM Standard not available to install?

Article by Adam Harte-Maxwell, CSWE updated October 14, 2015

SOLIDWORKS 2016 PDM Standard

SOLIDWORKS 2016 PDM Standard

Now that SOLIDWORKS 2016 SP0 is available, a NEW PDM tool is also available to eligible customers, SOLIDWORKS 2016 PDM Standard. We’ve been receiving calls from customers wondering why they cannot yet install and begin using PDM Standard.

SOLIDWORKS has yet to “enable” PDM Standard on customers’ licenses. The “enabling”, or “turning on” if you will, is scheduled to happen sometime mid-November, 2015.

Eligible customers will be notified when their PDM Standard license is available. Until then, don’t let the anticipation get to you too badly! 🙂

To learn more about PDM Standard, visit SOLIDWORK PDM Standard landing page, and view our blog post to learn how to install SOLIDWORKS PDM Standard.

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Adam Harte-Maxwell, CSWE

Director of Client Success at Javelin / TriMech. I manage a team of ~40 client success analysts who provide technical support for Dassault Systemes SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD, PDM file management, SIMULATION FEA/CFD, ELECTRICAL, COMPOSER and VISUALIZE, and more, to our clients across Canada and eastern United States from Maine to Florida. My first exposure to SOLIDWORKS was the 98Plus version in my prior life as a mechanical designer prior to January 2005 when I joined Javelin.