Product lifecycle management (PLM) implementation strategies are in many cases unique from company to company. However, it is not uncommon for companies to encounter some of the same obstacles or pitfalls along the way. Understanding where these nasty little pitfalls lie will hopefully help you steer clear of them, and improve your chances for PLM success.
also in Marketing and Sales, Manufacturing Operations, for regulatory compliance, Test, Quality Assurance, Human Resources, Customer Support, external suppliers, and even in Finance. That's maximizing the value of PLM! Because PLM touches on many areas of a company, it needs to be treated as an enterprise initiative, not just an engineering or IT effort. It is important to keep this factor in mind when preparing your PLM program plan, in educating management, and assembling your PLM teams; reasons why