PLM Definition, Elementary Style

By Kate
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PLM is a strategic business process

How do you explain Product Lifecycle Management, aka PLM, to your CEO?

This second video in our Elementary Collection takes you through the whole strategy.

Pump up the volume and enjoy!

What do you like in this definition?



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8 responses to “PLM Definition, Elementary Style”

  1. Bruno DE.AHAYE says:

    simple and clear. Love it

  2. Kate says:

    Txs Bruno, this is what we’re aiming for. :-)

  3. Francois Bouffard says:

    Excellent simplistic explanation of what PLM is and values it can provide. I could easily use it to explain to my friends and family. Looking forward for the next episodes.

  4. Richard Williams aka Corporal Willy says:

    I will be going over collaboration in my basic course of SolidWorks. I will be teaching the use of eDrawings to accomplish a team project I want them to do. In the Student Versions of the program this of course is not available to them. I liked this topic presented in a simple way. Much more ideas must be looked at before many will be adopting PLM in their work. Security is a very big issue to protect proprietary compywrite information. I’ve got some ideas on this which I want to relay to the company. Nicely done.

  5. Kate says:

    Good to hear from you Richard. I’m glad you enjoyed the video and would be interested to hear your ideas. Also, please tell us more about your eDrawings-collaboration work?

  6. Kevin Bush says:

    I really like these new animated features. They are engaging and crisp. I’m hoping we’ll see similar ones for more detailed topics like Requirements Management, Materials Compliance, Supplier Management, IP Management, etc.

    Nice job!

  7. Kate says:

    Thanks Kevin. As for the next one, I’m keeping the topic as a surprise . . . so stay tuned. :-)

  8. Karsten Eiss says:

    Very smart and clever approach. Simplyfy the complexity without being superficial. Like it!

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