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CAD-Centric PLM, ERP-Centric PLM, and Organic PLM: What’s Right for You? - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series started with the assertion that product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions are becoming increasingly important to enterprises, to a

how companies use plm  does SAP have and how many PLM seats are bundled with ERP seats and therefore not necessarily in use, i.e., in the bought but not implemented category? This is where the PLM math gets a bit fuzzy: do PPM and ideation, both modules of PLM, count as a full-fledged PLM user? SAP’s PLM revenue includes much PPM revenue: as many as 500 or so customers in our estimates that use PPM in their IT, R&D, and marketing departments. Moreover, SAP PLM is a part of SAP ERP—the best example is the SAP PLM 7.01 Read More
Core PLM for Discrete Industries
The foundation of product lifecycle management (PLM) for the discrete manufacturing industries is product data management (PDM). It covers design and product-related aspects of PLM including manage...
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Top 10 PLM Pitfalls To Avoid
Product lifecycle management (PLM) implementation strategies are in many cases unique from company to company. However, it is not uncommon for companies to

how companies use plm  people, or figuring out how to make it in spite of them! Pitfall # 8- Proceeding without a sense of reality - Many PLM initiatives fail because companies have an unclear sense of the reality of their business and of PLM. If the project team does not fully understand the reality of how their business currently works, what makes it tick, what is working, what is not working, what the corporate objectives are, etc, no new technology, infrastructure, or system will help. Understand your business and then Read More
Economic Benefits of PLM-enabled Collaboration
Many of today’s product lifecycle management (PLM)-enabling technologies allow complex information to be shared by dispersed teams of people. Product data

how companies use plm  few examples related to how companies are using PLM-enabled collaborative solutions are presented below. Change Management and Design Review-Adopting a different design review process, where project teams join a shared collaborative review session can result in significant benefits as potential conflicts and errors can be identified early in the product development lifecycle. Supply Chain Management-The move to a partnership-oriented supply chain means that suppliers, partners, sub-contractors, and Read More
Selecting a PLM Vendor
PLM enterprise applications should not be selected in a vacuum. The needs and requirements of multiple departments and even business partners must be

how companies use plm  task force to evaluate how automation can improve enterprise-wide product lifecycle management. PLM requirements should include enterprise and commercial considerations such as the ability to deliver the new product profitably, in addition to design-related criteria. Although PLM often starts with strong engineering management (creating collaborative design platforms and streamlining the ECO process) it will eventually extend beyond it to almost all areas of corporate activity. Thus, organizations Read More
Are PLM and Global Sourcing Related? Duh, And How! (Part I)
A number of TEC blog posts have discussed benefits but also the inevitable caveats of white papers (including all too common vendors' self-serving marketing

how companies use plm  [PLM] leader) to discern how they are relatedto this topic. In other words, it took me a while to come to the Aha! moment of realizing what these two software and/or consulting companies were respectively trying to tout (or what ax they have to grind). But, more about that later and in a separate blog post. The Seven Global Sourcing Commandments (well, in Reverse) In any case, the gist of the paper is that through the years of experience in working with electronics OEMs and CMs, Symphony and Arena have Read More
Core PLM for Discrete Industries Software Evaluation Report
Core PLM and Product Data Management (PDM) for Discrete Industries covers the base foundation of PLM for the discrete manufacturing industries such as

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CAXA V5 PLM
CAXA V5 PDM is a product data management (PDM) platform for collaborative design, process planning, and shop-floor management. Its basic functions include

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SAP PLM: Outlook and Predictions
This year, product lifecycle management (PLM) vendors have put many interesting initiatives on display to PLM buyers. These initiatives include the possibility

how companies use plm  take a look at how enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors were getting involved in sustainability—first in 2008 [ read the blog post ], and second in 2009 [ read the blog post ]. SAP came to the top both times. Of course what I used was not a scientific research approach, but I do think it more or less reflects some state of the market of sustainability. SAP’s strengths in sustainability will become a significant differentiator for SAP PLM. For example, by connecting to SAP Environmental, Health, Read More
Process PLM Vendor Sequencia Adds Portfolio Management
Sequencia extends its Process Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) offering with portfolio management, leading the impact of the solution into the executive suite

how companies use plm  or re-prioritized based upon how they relate with other projects against the objectives of the enterprise. By comparing projects, resources can be allocated or re-allocated. Portfolio Management is a natural part of Process PLM. The benefits of portfolio management to the process company includes: Value - Maximize Portfolio Value Balance - Attain the right mix of projects Alignment - Business Goals Reflected Focus - Execute the right number of projects Unfortunately, there is often conflict between these Read More
CAD-centric PLM, ERP-centric PLM, and Organic PLM: What's Right for You? - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog series started with the assertion that product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions are becoming increasingly important to enterprises in a

how companies use plm  ineffective) product development practices. How do you view our aforementioned high-level PLM selection guidelines? What PLM solution’s origin have you selected and why? Read More
How Companies Can Reduce Costs with Cloud-based Training
Today’s volatile economic climate has many regulated companies thinking differently about cost containment within all operations, particularly through training

how companies use plm  among regulated companies, and how they can be achieved through cloud-based training management. See how learning systems delivered through the cloud can increase your ROI. Read More
Core PLM for Discrete Industries
The foundation of product lifecycle management (PLM) for the discrete manufacturing industries is product data management (PDM). It covers design and product

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Core PLM for Process Industries
The foundation of product lifecycle management (PLM) for the process (or recipe-based) manufacturing industries is product data management (PDM). It covers

how companies use plm  PLM for process, product lifecycle management software, plm comparison, compare plm, plm software vendors, PLM for industry, PLM evaluation, top plm software, product lifecycle software, PLM for recipe-based manufacturing, product data management for process manufacturing, PDM for process Read More
Can ERP Speak PLM? Part Two: Examples and Recommendations
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions have to work with many other systems, not just ERP, so integration is not a new issue for PLM vendors. Most PLM

how companies use plm  strong conceptual alignment in how alternates are defined between the product design and the production order, and therefore the PLM and ERP systems, material planning to accommodate multiple substitutions and approved supplier lists would be cumbersome if not impossible. If both systems don't understand alternates in the same way, or if they have different ways to characterize geographic and organizational entities, technical integration will not provide the additional business logic to correct the Read More

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