Oxford, England. February 17 2016 -- In order to help the PLM industry move forward, there needs to be a widely-agreed definition of what is 'Advanced PLM'. Experienced practitioners have a general idea in their minds of what it means, but if a clear definition can be established then we can aim for it; learn from it; and extend its horizons.
There is now a well-defined PLM Delivery process that enables users and vendors to generate agreed metrics for every aspect of PLM. It is now possible to show exactly how advanced an implementation is, using a wide range of indicators that were not available before.
The PI Munich 2016 Event will have the greatest concentration of presentations from implementations that are tacitly accepted to be among the best in Europe. As delegates watch the presentations they may wonder how their own implementations compare. The PLMIG will be at the event with the PLM Delivery methodology to help delegates find out.
You can request more information via email@example.com, or come to the show and talk about how your implementation can benefit.
The PLM Interest Group
The PLM Interest Group is the leading neutral industry group for PLM. It has produced the PLM Project Justification Handbook for PLM financial justification; the PLMuERP Handbook for enterprise-wide PLM-ERP integration; as well as tools for Benchmarking, Maturity Measurement and Self-Assessment.
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