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  • Product Lifecycle Management PLM Blog: DNA nana
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  • Agenda What is PLM? Definition Who uses PLM Function of PLM Benefits of PLM
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  • In a dilemma Mr. Whites company enlarged a lot recently BUThe felt extremely troubled
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  • PPoor information of our products HHard to communicate within the company LLack of efficiency about information and among departments HHard to update data and products LLack of competition So many tough problems Losing money means losing my lifeI dont want to commit suicide What should I do? So many tough problems Losing money means losing my lifeI dont want to commit suicide What should I do?
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  • Dont worry, Mr. White. We come to save you! Are you kidding me? How can you help me, nave guys? Are you kidding me? How can you help me, nave guys?
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  • PLM P L M roduct anagement ifecycle Exactly!
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  • Deal with initial data Create an business idea/ product Deal with initial data Create an business idea/ product brings together the many companies, departments and employees involved with the product's production streamline their activities Compete & gain market share
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  • Idea generation Design Manufacturing Idea generation Design Manufacturing Distribution Use Support Distribution Use Support Retire Dispose Reuse Retire Dispose Reuse Product lifecycle phrases
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  • Consumer Goods Aerospace & Defense Education Energy Government High Tech Electronics PLM WHO?
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  • Benefits Reduced time to market Increase full price sales Improved product quality and reliability Reduced prototyping costs More accurate and timely request for quote generation Ability to quickly identify potential sales opportunities and revenue contributions Reduced prototyping costs More accurate and timely request for quote generation Ability to quickly identify potential sales opportunities and revenue contributions Savings through the re-use of original data A framework for product optimization Reduced waste Savings through the complete integration of engineering workflows Improved forecasting to reduce material costs Maximize supply chain collaboration
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  • Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMRS wPxP5c0#t=61 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMRS wPxP5c0#t=61 PLM the science of making product Data collection Target business objects Access information techniques Generate workflow
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  • Thank you! You did save me! Thank you! You did save me! My pleasure! Oh, I think I should learn more about PLM now!
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  • [Who] Every company who wants to increase efficiency by lowering costs and decreasing the time from idea inception to product placement [Why] Increase competitiveness Increase complexity In conclusion What? Why? Who? How? Thanks! ? [What]The management of an item as it moves through the typical stages of development, growth, maturity and decline. [How]improving dada production and management, interdepartment integration, and streaming of activities.
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  • References http://www.product-lifecycle-management.info/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8FBc_DORm4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMRSwPxP5c0#t=61 http://www.product-lifecycle-management.info/what-is- plm/plm-function.html http://www.product-lifecycle-management.info/what-is- plm/plm-function.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Product_lifecycle_management

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