Oxford, England. October 13 2015 -- PLM needs to show that it can deliver on its promises. When PLM achieves its targets and improves the business, this should be visible in solid numbers.
It is now possible to calculate metrics for every useful business benefit that PLM can provide, using the PLM Project Justification Handbook. However, defining metrics that both user and vendor feel able to commit to needs a further step forward.
The goal is to define a neutral PLM Delivery structure that can be used internationally, and in all types of PLM user enterprise. Not only will this make PLM justification easier to approve, and results easier to measure - the fact that a clear methodology exists will eliminate many of the delays in the adoption process.
This is the aim of the PLM Delivery Workshop in Manchester, UK on 03-05 November. Participants will be able to share their ideas and needs, and take away tools to use in their own implementations.
Delegates from all types of organisation and any country are encouraged to attend. A detailed Agenda and registration details are available on the PLMIG web site.
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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