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Consultant Joe
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10/06/06 11:36 AM
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I think we need to define our terms. Developing Best Practices in Engineering is NOT PLM, its not even PDM. Good CAD best practices, managed by a good Product Data Management (PDM) system, can go along way to cleaning up the product development process. But that's a small part of the pie. A good Product Lifecycle System (PLM) manages the entire product record, including design, source, build, sell, service and dispose. A PLM is an enterprise tool, not an engineering dept tool. It integrates Manufacturing, Quality, Product Portfolio Management, Environmental Compliance, Supply Chain/Cost Management, etc.




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*It’s Time to Demand Immediate Results from PLM!   11/01/05 07:36 AM
.*Re: It’s Time to Demand Immediate Results from PLM!BrianS  11/15/06 08:52 AM
.*What's PLM Anyway?Jack  11/11/05 07:28 AM
.*Re: What's PLM Anyway?Manoj Sawant  10/04/06 04:26 AM
.*Whoa!! Careful there!!Sherpa  11/01/05 08:13 PM
.*Re: Whoa!! Careful there!!Norm  10/11/06 07:58 AM
.*Lets Define Our TermsConsultant Joe  10/06/06 11:36 AM
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