PLM-IRF announces Global Industrial PLM Survey into the Future of PLM

Oxford, England. February 10, 2015 -- In 2014 the PLM-IRF initiative ran a Global Survey of research and academic institutions to discover the potential for new research into advanced PLM ( MCADCafe Sept. 26). The Survey identified more than 20 areas in which the PLM of the future can be better than the PLM of today.
 
The PLM-IRF Launch Meeting in Brussels on January 27-28 determined that there should be a matching survey of the industrial viewpoint, so that any new PLM research is aimed towards the goals that industry needs to achieve.
 
The PLM International Research Foundation will therefore run a new Global Survey into industry's expectations for the future of PLM in 10 years' time. The purpose of the Survey is to capture the views of as many PLM practitioners as possible about the new PLM capabilities that should exist by 2025.
 
Participation in the Survey is open to PLM users, vendors, service providers, and consultants - in fact, every PLM practitioner who is involved with the application of PLM, rather than with research into PLM.
 
The Survey will run from Monday 16 February until Friday 13 March, after which the returned Feedback Forms will be collated and compiled in an anonymised, non-attributable format. A Survey Summary will then be published. Individual Feedback Forms will remain confidential.
 
Participation in the survey is open to PLM practitioners in all industries and all countries. Everyone who returns a completed copy of the Survey within the timeframe will receive the Summary results. There is more information on the PLM-IRF web site and you can pre-register for a copy of the Survey Document at Email Contact.
 
About the PLM-IRF
The PLM International Research Foundation is an initiative that is currently being led by the PLM Interest Group, the PLM Institute and IFIP WG5.1. The aim is to establish a completely independent, non-commercial body that will support global research into the most advanced elements of PLM for the future benefit of industry around the world.
For more information, please contact:
Roger Tempest
PLMIG


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