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PLM Pros & Cons

PLM Pros & Cons

Abstract
 
Today, organizations want accelerated time to market at the same time products  are  getting  more  complex  in  terms  of  structure,  design  & regulatory compliances and product development occurring in different divisions that are geographically spread. Added to this is the complexity that arises with mergers or acquisitions. All the above results in increased product data and information to be managed and shared in a real-time manner.

This white paper attempts to detail out the how PLM addresses the above mentioned specific pain points while factoring out the drawbacks in PLM system which need careful consideration from our PLM implementation and customization experience.

Excerpts from the Paper
 
PLM applications track comprehensive product information and history—including items, bills of material, suppliers, costs, quotes, specs, drawings, files, compliance records and much more—in a centralized, version-controlled repository.  Because  authorized  users  have  persistent access to current product details in context of design and collaboration  history, manufacturers, suppliers and their outsourced partners make  better, faster  design  decisions, develop superior products and more quickly bring them to market. It also provides functionality for compliance reporting by utilizing a common framework and centralized information repository to support multiple compliance standards.

 

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