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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

systame cad  Components of an E-PLM System Background Electronic product lifecycle management (e-PLM) is an evolving and collaborative application suite that is building steam and gaining momentum thanks to e-business. However, most traditional product data management (PDM), computer-aided design (CAD) integration, and project management vendors cannot yet offer a complete suite of applications to meet all e-business requirements. Traditional enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors with heavy investment in e-PLM

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PTC Creo 3.0—Changing the CAD Game


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Luxury mobile phones manufacturer Vertu recently replaced its legacy CAD and PLM software with PTC’s equivalent solutions. Due to a single digital 3D environment, Vertu engineers and their global supply partners are able to collaborate together in real time anywhere in the world using common data and embedded communication tools.

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When it comes to customer relationship management (CRM), it’s important to understand all the benefits of an integrated CRM system before beginning your selection process. This guide is designed to help you build the business case for a CRM system, form an effective project team, ask the right questions, identify the challenges involved and much more.

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ERP System for Health Care


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