Transition Technologies PSC IoT Development review by USG Engineering at Qualified.One

Transition Technologies PSC reviewed by USG Engineering

Transition Technologies PSC provided IoT Development for USG Engineering with approximate budget = $10,000 to $49,999.

The software solutions developed by them are always high quality, checked by a senior architect, and delivered on the deadline or close to it. The team communicates well and is responsive to any requests or questions, working hard to understand the project specifics and with reasonable prices.

Review summary:

Transition Technologies work on multiple Internet of Things development projects for a software engineering company. Using PLM, Windchill and ThingWorx, they build tailored solutions for third party customers.

USG Engineering, Solutions Architect

IoT Dev for Software Engineering Company

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Introductory information

A fast induction on the buyer’s organisation

USG Engineering is a long-standing associate of PTC and have been for many years. I’m the solution constructor.

Desired goal

What challenge were you trying to address with Transition Technologies?

We do a lot of business where we instrument new PLM and do a lot of migrations. We needed some customizations to PLM. Transition Technologies have the right experiences for what we’re working on with. They are also attractive more clients at the IoT [Internet of Things] level with ThingWorx technology. 

Provided solution

What particular tasks were Transition Technologies PSC responsible for?

We came up with our specifications, talked to Transition, and they came up with the PLM solution that we tested. We take care of the client side and let Transition take care of the rest. It allows us time to centre on the things we’re good at.

Another project which is currently running is in the IoT business. Our client in the Netherlands wants high-condition, good labor for their end clients. We have an IoT on ThingWorx where I can see what the labor engineers are doing in the field. We’re addressing some issues up front, so they send it to the labor engineer and can see more details of the machine running.

In the past, we did another project based on ThingWorx with more integration with Windchill. Together, we developed an expansion of a specific solution for a client that would like to see the construction of the things in Windchill and printed to a printer to send out for supplies.

What is the team dynamic? 

It depends on how big the job is. Right now, we are working with one or two nation. Normally one of our solution constructors talks to me and we set out the highlights of the project, then later on, I debate with their technical engineers what the details are. We’ve also had a project running with five programmers.

How did you come to work with Transition Technologies?

They have been PTC’s labor provider in Poland for eight years. We were searching for someone with expertise we didn’t have. We asked PTC if they had a aspirant in their network that could help us. We began with a few little projects and establish that they were good and understood what we needed. The condition is always high. We’ve never been waiting for them to meet a deadline. We have good interaction and it’s been a good associateship for both parties.

What are you approach expents (if diclosed)?

Some projects have been a few thousand euros, all the way up to 15,000 euros [$17,650]. There were a lot of little projects this year.

What is the terminal result of working with Transition Technologies PSC?

We have been working with them for eight to 10 years.