PLMIG announces PLM Benefits Toolset Review Meeting in Geneva, 01-03 July

Oxford, England. May 20, 2014 -- The PLMIG announces that the next Workshop in the PLM Financial Framework series will be hosted by the PLM Institute at their headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland on 01-03 July 2014.
 
The Geneva Workshop has a slightly different format than its predecessors, because it is no longer necessary to work on the basic elements of PLM metrics. The PLM Metrics Algorithm has already been established (see MCADCafe Apr. 29).
 
This means that, rather than being an investigative workshop, the Geneva event will act as a "PLM Benefits Toolset Review Meeting." The PLM Financial Handbook [Lite] has already been produced for PLM project justification, and will be part of the working material; and there will also be extensive new tools for full PLM financial management.
 
In Geneva we can therefore concentrate on the higher-level and business aspects, such as how to involve the Board in PLM management, and incorporate their guidance into the PLM implementation; how to maximise the long-term benefits of PLM; and how to ensure that PLM achieves its potential for business transformation.
 
The focus will be on the PLM Team's action plan as well as on demonstrating the details of the financial metrics.  This means that the event will act as a preliminary coaching session for the delegates, so that they can apply the new techniques on their return.
 
Registration for Geneva is now open, and there are more details on the PLMIG web site.
 
The PLM Interest Group
The PLM Interest Group is the leading neutral industry group for PLM. It has developed the first ever PLM Governance Standard, together with a new generation of applied PLM material including the PLM Best Practice Library and the Path to PLM. Previously PLMIG workshop series have produced the PLM Benchmarking Handbook; the PLM Maturity Reference Manual; and the PLMuERP Handbook.

Contact:
Roger Tempest
PLMIG


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