Examine How PLM Technology Can Support Operational Manufacturing Outsourcing

DUBLIN, Ireland—(BUSINESS WIRE)—June 26, 2006— Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c38657) has announced the addition of Outsourcing Technology for Manufacturers (Technology Focus) to their offering.

Manufacturers are looking to multiple technology areas to assist their operational and horizontal outsourcing strategies. For operational outsourcing, control of key data and processes needs to be retained. Horizontal outsourcing on the other hand requires strong service level agreements and a smooth transition. This brief highlights two approaches (PLM and BPO) that support manufacturers.

Scope of this title:

-- This brief covers product lifecycle management (PLM) as a technology that can support operational outsourcing for manufacturers.

-- Business process outsourcing (BPO) is discussed within this brief and is followed by a detailed market assessment.

Highlights of this title:

-- For manufacturers to effectively outsource all or part of their operations, the management of data and intellectual property is a major issue. If manufacturers wish to outsource some or all of their production, efficient communication and data transfer is required.

Reasons to order your copy:

-- See how PLM technology can support operational outsourcing within the manufacturing industry.

-- Understand how BPO services can benefit manufacturers, and the structure that such agreements can take.

-- Assess the size of the global BPO market within the manufacturing industry across four key BPO segments.
Topics Covered
OUR VIEW

CATALYST

SUMMARY

METHODOLOGY

ANALYSIS

PLM supports manufacturers who wish to utilize operational outsourcing

Collaboration on design is a key feature of PLM

Support for the input of contract manufacturers helps maximize the 
outsourcing agreement

PLM helps to integrate the output from outsource design partners

Security remains a key issue, but PLM can handle it well

Manufacturers can allow outsourcers access to internal systems

An external platform provides additional security for manufacturers

PLM helps manufacturers assess the impact of an outsourcing-related 
problem

Metadata can automatically be associated with a specific product

Manufacturers seek to derive value from progressive BPO strategies

BPO contracts can take various forms, but normally break down into two
categories

Manufacturers have the opportunity to outsource a number of different 
business functions

Finance and accounting helps manufacturers comply with regulation and 
focus on their core competency

Human resource management is one of the more popular functions to be 
outsourced

Manufacturers can improve their customer relationship managements by 
outsourcing its processes

Supply chain management outsourcing is a small segment of the market, 
but growing quickly

Outsourcing brings multiple benefits to manufacturers faced with 
increasing market and internal pressures

The market for BPO services in the manufacturing industry is 
continuing to grow

The worldwide market for BPO services will grow at a steady rate

The finance and accounting segment is growing, but at a decreasing 
rate

Human resource management is still growing, and at a faster rate too

Customer relationship management outsourcing is the largest component 
of the BPO market

Supply chain management is growing at the fastest rate, but still 
remains the smallest contributor to BPO

APPENDIX
Definitions
Extended methodology
Further reading
Ask the analyst

List of Tables

Table 1: The Global market for BPO services within manufacturing 
         (2002-08)
Table 2: The Global market for finance and accounting BPO services 
         within manufacturing (2002-08)
Table 3: The Global market for HRM BPO services within manufacturing 
         (2002-08)
Table 4: The Global market for CRM BPO services within manufacturing 
         (2002-08)
Table 5: The Global market for supply management BPO services within 
         manufacturing (2002-08)

List of Figures

Figure 1: Our view of PLM
Figure 2: The Global market for BPO services within manufacturing 
          (2002-08)
Figure 3: The Global market for finance and accounting BPO services 
          within manufacturing (2002-08)
Figure 4: The Global market for HRM BPO services within manufacturing 
          (2002-08)
Figure 5: The Global market for CRM BPO services within manufacturing 
          (2002-08)
Figure 6: The Global market for supply management BPO services within 
          manufacturing (2002-08)


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Source: Datamonitor



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