Help Decide what PLM Delivery really means
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Help Decide what PLM Delivery really means

Oxford, England. July 29 2015 -- When you buy PLM, you should get what you pay for. When you have implemented PLM, it should be clear to everyone that the implementation was worth doing.
There needs to be a neutral, internationally-agreed structure for PLM Delivery. A clear understanding of what PLM is expected to achieve will be of benefit to everyone.
That is why the PLMIG is running a PLM Delivery Survey to capture the views of PLM practitioners. This is the first global, open poll to establish what those who are heavily committed to PLM want from their efforts. The Survey is now open, and offers you the chance to help decide what "PLM Delivery" really means.
Download a copy of the PLM Delivery Survey from the PLMIG web site and influence the debate about successful PLM.
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.
For more information, please contact:
Roger Tempest

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