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The Different Evolutionary Stages of ERP and PLM
The product development life cycle - innovate, conceptualize, plan, design, procure, produce, deliver, service, and retire - naturally includes multiple people,

plm eai  Stages of ERP and PLM The State of the PLM Market Given the relative immaturity of the product lifecycle management (PLM) movement, PLM often means different things to different people. Namely, due to its deep engineering roots from the 1980s, it still often gets confused with computer aided design (CAD) and/or product data management (PDM) systems. While CAD involves the use of high-resolution graphics in a wide range of product design activities, allowing quick evaluation and modification of the 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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Oracle Makes A U-Turn At The 'All Things To All People' Exit
Oracle has been trying hard for some time to find a magic formula to revive its declining applications revenue. Abandoning its isolationist stance and opening

plm eai  partners, Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and a number of other components of e-business require disparate systems to work together. Therefore, Oracle has to play with the other kids in the neighborhood, as it is unlikely that the high-end market is going to buy Oracle's integrated solution mantra - flexibility and differentiation are still the notions more valued in these environments. The fact remains that most of Oracle's potential large customers already Read More...
SAP Keeps Traction On Some Tires Of Its Omni-Wheel-Drive Part 2: Challenges and User Recommendations
SAP’s viability and its business applications market’s leadership remains unscathed, as the company remains rock-solid and will be the leader for a long time to

plm eai  Manugistics . On the PLM front SAP stacks itself against the slew of pure product data management (PDM)/PLM software vendors from the engineering design side (i.e., PTC , EDS , IBM/Dassault Systems , Matrix One , Agile Software , Sequencia , etc.), and on e-procurement side against Ariba , Clarus , and its partner/competitor CommerceOne . As mentioned in Part One , SAP also has to be taken seriously in the CRM space against the Siebel, PeopleSoft and Oracle, while these join IBM, Plumtree , Epicentric , Read More...
The Role of PIM and PLM in the Product Information Supply Chain: Where is Your Link?
Diverse groups have been discussing PIM from the perspective of data synchronization and syndication, product lifecycle management (PLM), and enterprise

plm eai  Deliver more profitable products. PLM automates the processes that bring a product to market, reduce product costs, increase collaboration, and improve product quality. Original Business Need Grew from a sales need to supply distribution partners with better product information. Grew from an engineering need to better manage product designs and specifications. Technical Origin Catalog focused, but includes EAI components; XML publishing. Engineering-focused, includes CAD and PDM; marketing-focused, Read More...
SAP Weaves Microsoft .NET And IBM WebSphere Into Its ESA Tapestry Part Three: Challenges and User Recommendations
One should imagine how humongous the job of delivering plug-and-play packaged middleware components for a number of other disparate applications SAP will

plm eai  the core CRM or PLM teams from developing functionality as part of its application suite that might compete, duplicate or even cancel out work done in a xApps delivered either by SAP or a SI/ISV partner. Although the concept is plausible, time will only tell how SAP will execute and whether it can promote the idea among partners and customers given some xAPPs developed by partners will be only higher level integrations while others will have to invest a great deal in re-implementing major product Read More...
e-PLM
NGC@s e-PLM is a Web-based solution for line planning, style spec development, costing, and Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) compliance. It

plm eai  PLM NGC’s e-PLM is a Web-based solution for line planning, style spec development, costing, and Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) compliance. It includes functionality for workflow, collaboration, and exception management. e-PLM integrates with e-SPS, NGC’s Web-based companion for purchase order (PO) distribution, work-in-process (WIP) tracking, quality control, and inbound logistics. Read More...
Critical Components of an E-PLM System
E-business has prompted a lot of vendors to move towards creating electronic product lifecycle management (e-PLM) suites. However, enterprise resource planning

plm eai  have made the transition. PLM has a healthy growth opportunity for fiscal 2005 with estimates that it will grow in the 30 percent range. ERP vendors have become full-suite enterprise applications vendors offering customer relationship manangement (CRM), supply chain management (SCM), PLM, business intelligence (BI) and enterprise asset management (EAM), and they have begun aggressively reallocating ERP product enhancement by plowing more than 50 percent of their research and development investment into e- Read More...
Lectra First PLM Software Vendor to Achieve TEC Certification for PLM for Fashion and PLM for the Distribution of Fashion Products and Accessories
Paris, January 4 2011 — Lectra, the world leader in integrated technology solutions for industries using soft materials—textiles, leather, industrial fabrics

plm eai  First PLM Software Vendor to Achieve TEC Certification for PLM for Fashion and PLM for the Distribution of Fashion Products and Accessories Lectra First PLM Software Vendor to Achieve TEC Certification for PLM for Fashion and PLM for the Distribution of Fashion Products and Accessories Paris, January 4, 2011 — Lectra, the world leader in integrated technology solutions for industries using soft materials—textiles, leather, industrial fabrics, and composites—has announced that Lectra Fashion 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

plm eai  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 management of material specifications, product structures, production processes, design tools, document management, and design collaboration. Read More...
Product Lifecycle Management Portfolio
The DS PLM solution suite is embodied in four key brands@CATIA, DELMIA, ENOVIA, and SIMULIA@which form one of the industry@s most comprehensive PLM software

plm eai  Management Portfolio The DS PLM solution suite is embodied in four key brands—CATIA, DELMIA, ENOVIA, and SIMULIA—which form one of the industry’s most comprehensive PLM software portfolios. Used separately or collectively, the vendor’s proven applications define, simulate, and optimize all products, processes, and resources in an all-3D environment powered by an open development platform. With DS PLM V5 solutions, all business processes are linked together—including change management, activity a Read More...
Can ERP Speak PLM?
Because product lifecycle management (PLM) offers a host of benefits to manufacturers, it has become one of the fastest growing categories of enterprise

plm eai  return on investment (ROI), PLM has become one of the fastest growing categories of enterprise applications. The PLM market today consists of vendors offering a variety of solutions that in some way offer value to the product life cycle, but there is no single vendor that is supplying all of the solutions required to support a full PLM program (please see The PLM Program ). Many PLM solutions have their roots in the engineering department, but make no mistake—PLM is an enterprise application suite, and Read More...
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)
This comprehensive product lifecycle management (PLM) knowledge base models modern product and design-related aspects of PLM for both discrete and process

plm eai  and design-related aspects of PLM for both discrete and process industries. It details product development and portfolio management, manufacturing process management, ideation and requirements management, service data, and regulatory and compliance criteria. This comprehensive knowledge base incorporates the criteria of TEC's other PLM knowledge bases. Read More...
Omnify Empower PLM
The Omnify product lifecycle management (PLM) system provides a single location for all members of design and manufacturing teams to share information for

plm eai  Empower PLM The Omnify product lifecycle management (PLM) system provides a single location for all members of design and manufacturing teams to share information for designing, manufacturing, and supporting products. Omnify Empower allows visibility into the entire product development process by managing the complete product record including component data, bills of materials (BOMs), engineering changes, documentation, projects, quality assurance and corrective and preventative action (CAPA), and Read More...
Product Life Cycle Management (PLM) in ProcessPart 3: Process PLM Requirements
A Process PLM system must accommodate rapid, global deployment of the system. This need drives specific requirements to minimize both the start-up and the long

plm eai  in ProcessPart 3: Process PLM Requirements Introduction In Part One of this series, we discussed Product Life Cycle Management as a proven concept in the discrete industries and as a growing concept in process. In Part Two we examined the motivations for a process company to undertake a PLM project. In this part, we explore the requirements for PLM in the process enterprises. In Part Two of this series, we stated that a comprehensive approach was required in order to meet the time-to-market requirement. Read More...

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