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Regular Rate $1,395
Late/Walk-in Rate $1,595


Join us for this FULL DAY BOM/Enterprise Change Series! | Wednesday, May 10

Product development lifecycles are being compressed at rapid rates while product technologies are increasing at rapid rates. Enhancements and modifications to products can have far reaching implications – a simple decision change to implement a key market requirement may increase production costs, introduce new field maintenance requirements, alter the quality profile, etc. An enterprise change management process that provides common visibility into the product’s structures (engineering, FMEA, manufacturing, service, etc.) ensures that all stakeholders can assess and provide feedback on the change to ensure that all impacts are measured, considered and planned for.


9:30-10:15 am
BOM/Enterprise Change Series - Part 1

Best Practices with Teamcenter Change Management

Amitabh Verma
Product Manager
Siemens PLM Software

Joaquin Atoche
Siemens PLM Software

Engineering change management processes are complex due to various factors: Complexity of Part or component, understanding of the impact of change on multiple end products, disciplines and teams, technical and organizational dependencies across work packages and implementation schedules and speed at which the change should be implemented. This session will provide an overview of the key Teamcenter change management product capabilities that will support efficient change management process.

10:15-10:30 am BREAK

10:30-11:15 am
BOM/Enterprise Change Series - Part 2

The Integrated Product Definition in Teamcenter: Best practices

Ashok Krishnamurthy
Siemens PLM Software

Engineering product definition including BOM, design, configuration and change management is critical to multiple enterprise domains that contribute to, augment and consume the engineering definition. In this session, we will provide an overview of the key Teamcenter product capabilities that enable managing an integrated product definition and their associated business benefits to the broader enterprise.

11:15-11:30 am BREAK
11:30-1:00 pm LUNCH

1:00-1:45 pm
BOM/Enterprise Change Series - Part 3

Configuration Management Project at ASML

Maarten Romers
PLM Solution Architect

ASML is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of chip-making equipment. Our vision is to enable affordable microelectronics that improve the quality of life. To achieve this, our mission is to invent, develop, manufacture and service advanced technology for high-tech lithography, metrology and software solutions for the semiconductor industry.

ASML’s guiding principle is continuing Moore’s Law towards ever smaller, cheaper, more powerful and energy-efficient semiconductors. This results in increasingly powerful and capable electronics that enable the world to progress within a multitude of fields, including healthcare, technology, communications, energy, mobility, and entertainment.

At ASML the FMO CM program (Future Mode of Operations, Configuration Management) is focusing on our product configurations at design and operations.  Configuration Management will help us to always know what is and what should be in our products, at every moment in the product-lifecycle.

The business objective is to implement CM@ASML. It uses standards (e.g. EIA 649-22 B) and best practice (e.g. CMII) to introduce a solution framework.

After a short ASML and CM@ASML introduction I will explain the FMO CM projects current being active and how these relate to our tooling needs.

The BOM/BOP project is defining a new Configuration Management method where System- and Development Engineering use a 150% BOM to support the product definition. Based on this structure the Manufacturing BOM and BOP are defined. The new structures are under change control using the the TC Change Manager process. This would be a global EC process for which ASML would like to consolidate it’s 4 sites into 1 central site. The Change Management (EC) process is defined by the Simple EC project introducing the closed loop change process and introduce the new roles like the Change specialists.

The Simple EC process will use the PR/CR/CN objects in the to be defined myChange application. The umbrella utility to support the new business process.

1:45-2:00 pm BREAK

2:00-2:45 pm
BOM/Enterprise Change Series - Part 4

AGCO Customer Perspective: Teamcenter For Mfg. Planning Data Management

Gary DSouza
Global Mfg. Engineering Applications Manager

AGCO’s journey towards “Design Anywhere, Build Anywhere” is well underway as multiple projects designed with this philosphy move into realization. Business challenges in harmonizing global planning processes and ensuring productive collaborations become more apparent as new product designs are shared with the Manufacturing and Operations sections of the enterprise. This session will showcase how AGCO is rolling out Teamcenter Manufacturing as the Global Manufacturing Planning tool, integrating with multiple ERPs and using Teamcenter’s Change Management and Net change to introduce key CMII concepts to the business at large.

2:45-3:00 pm BREAK


3:00-3:45 pm
BOM/Enterprise Change Series - Part 5

Achieving Integrated Process & Product Excellence

Joseph Anderson
Vice President of Services
The Institute of Configuration Management

The need for a good CM process is universal. As a minimum, it must be able to accommodate change and keep requirements clear, concise and valid. This essential capability is outside the scope of traditional CM and most CoTS solutions. CMII lifts CM out of engineering and gives it an enterprise-wide perspective. Its scope is expanded and its emphasis is shifted. Its scope includes all information that could impact security, safety, quality, schedule, cost, profit, or the environment.

The proper processes support by modern enabling solutions such as PLM provide the infrastructure to manage complex change, impacts, baselines, and effectivity. For tangible IoT we must lower the degrees of separation between requirements, to enable change, and to keep requirements clear, concise, and valid.

3:45-4:00 pm BREAK


4:00-4:45 pm
BOM/Enterprise Change Series - Part 6

Enterprise BOM and Change Round Table Discussion

Susan Zimmerlee
Siemens PLM Software

To cap the end of the Enterprise BOM and Change business process themed track, we will conduct a roundtable. The purpose of this roundtable is to:

  • Gather feedback, information, etc. via audience polling
  • Distill lessons learned, common priorities/needs, desirable actions/direction, and determine if/how this conversation continues (perhaps via the Siemens PLM Community online forum or as a strategic working group?)
  • Provide an open question and discussion forum

Revised 3/31/17 | Schedule subject to change.