Defining PLM

By Kate

Happy Friday everyone!  As such, it’s time to bring back the Friday poll.  Today’s poll is about the definition of PLM (product lifecycle management).

Many thanks to answer and see how others define PLM.

Bon weekend!

Kate




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2 responses to “Defining PLM”

  1. Jonathan says:

    You could do with an “ALL” option in this poll, as it may not be obvious if people have selected all the option…

  2. Kate says:

    At first I thought so too, but I wanted people to think about each option presented (and not)and mindfully reply. Using the ALL option encourages laziness and not necessarily honest answers. ;-)

    After the poll runs awhile, I’ll blog about the answers. For example, it’s interesting to see what Other answers people give, although the poll doesn’t show that bit when you answer.

    Thanks to spread the word so we can get a large representation of mindshare.

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