he Utopian imagination of a perfectly implemented PLM with all of the bells and whistles communicating in harmony while riding a unicorn. Your coworkers and company embracing a common vision that streamlines the company, and you are able to take pride in a perfect PLM solution…
Here’s a sad statistic. When taking every engineering company or workgroup into consideration — from the smallest to the largest — nearly 50% use
New technologies for engineering and manufacturing are typically adopted by the very largest companies first, and then find their way into the broader market of smaller manufacturers.
In the last 15 years or so, Product LIfecycle Management (PLM) has gone from being misunderstood as an electronic version of the Bill of Materials (BOM), to providing manufacturing with a clear path to the digital twin and the Internet of Things.
If you think you are seeing a surge in business articles about “big data” — AKA business analytics — you would be right. Strong winds of technological change are blowing from four directions; one of them is business data analytics.