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This is Part 3 in our series featuring trailblazing women at LiveWorx. From training to keynotes to dozens of breakout session presenters, we're proud to have many female technologists on the agenda!

Angela Edsall, Instructor

Angela Edsall has been developing and delivering customer training for 17+ years and still going strong! Her teaching career began at Arbortext, helping customers learn the Authoring as well as the Administration tools to utilize industry standards in creating their organizations’ product documentation. Since then, Angela has continued her knowledge development by gaining a deeper understanding of the Windchill products such as PDMLink and Service Information Manager. This allowed her the ability to expand her PLM experience and get more involved in defining Learning Programs to guide customers in a positive direction and realizing value quickly when adopting Windchill.

Angela also has strong experience with Inventory and Supply Planning utilizing the Service Parts Management (SPM) application. Expanding her skillset in this area was particularly challenging in that it is a completely different mindset, but with perseverance and commitment, she is now leading the Learning and Adoption workstream for one of PTCs largest SPM customer programs.

In her free time, Angela enjoys spending time with her husband and three dogs outdoors. Since she lives in Ohio, the outdoor time can be limited but she is looking forward to the summer months riding her Harley and enjoying the company of her wonderful family and friends.

Learn from Angela at LiveWorx

She is also looking forward to LiveWorx in June, where she'll be teaching the following classes:

Tap into Angela’s expertise and improve your technical skills!

Meghan Hollenbach - Session Presenter: How to Debug ThingWorx

Meghan Hollenbach is a ThingWorx R&D Software Engineer at PTC. She is currently working on a ThingWorx and OSI Pi integration extension, enabling storage of historical data in a Pi server as well as importing a Pi model into ThingWorx. Her session on "How to Debug ThingWorx " is on Tuesday, June 19th at 10:30am – add it to your agenda!

Be sure to attend the Women in Tech Industry Meetup on Monday evening from 7-9pm, sponsored by WoPTC (Women of PTC), where you can network with other female "techies" at Bastille in the Seaport District.

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