Implement PLM software best practices with these tips from an expert

Implement PLM software best practices with these tips from an expert

Implement PLM software best practices with these tips from an expert

Date: Nov 19, 2013

With product lifecycle management (PLM), enterprises can follow the creation of a product from start to finish. PLM software allows teams to work together from design to production.

In the final part of this webcast series, Andreas Lindenthal, managing partner of PLMadvisors LLC, identifies best practices for selecting and implementing PLM software.

The PLM market is highly complex and fragmented, but when PLM software is  used correctly it can be a huge asset to businesses. Unfortunately, choosing the wrong PLM technology can also be very costly.

This on-demand webcast discusses best practices for selecting a PLM system from a top expert in the field. Find out how to determine the value of PLM before setting a budget, along with other helpful tips by tuning into this webcast.

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