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Life's too short!

The life of a product does not end once it has been conceived, designed and produced. Yet how many PLM solutions, and to what extent does current PLM thinking, take account of the complete life of the product? Right now the “life” in PLM is too short!

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Technology vs. Problem

Chicken & Egg - Which comes first? 

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BPM Delivers...

 From a Gartner Article titled “Justifying BPM Projects”…

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Out of Sight, Out of Mind

Have you ever wondered what really happened to a product once it left your hands? Maybe until now such detail has been of little interest. But things are changing, and Closed Loop Lifecycle Management (CL2M) provides the means to address future challenges and opportunities.

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Successful Customer Outcomes...

Someone once told me that the key to business success is to find out what people want and then sell it to them…

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Expectations from BPM...

Another look at cost cutting from a Dennis Byron Article…
A BPM vendor surveyed their customer base recently. In the survey, they asked how their customers expected BPM to help them survive the current recession.
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Teach a man to fish and you feed him for life

Teach a country how to make cars and you risk losing your auto industry?

There is no doubt that PLM processes and systems facilitate cross border cooperation between manufacturers and second tier suppliers.

Is it fair to say that unsound and short-term thinking is leading to the demise of our own manufacturing base?

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Survival Actions...

Use BPM to Drive Out Costs
From a Gartner Article…
Depending on which economist you want to believe, this recession will last a few quarters or perhaps longer. The typical reaction of most companies is to cut costs. 
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Technology is an Enabler, Information a Resource, but Knowledge is the Prize

The systematic transformation of lifecycle information into knowledge enables exciting new business opportunities that can assure competitive advantage, achieve sustainability and environmental targets, create new service opportunities and help to meet regulatory compliance. CL2M using PROMISE technologies and methodologies is the key.

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Building a standalone solution based on sensor technology is relatively straight forward

Building a standalone solution based on sensor technology is relatively straight forward if you have a decent understanding of the different sensors available, their specifications and limitations. You know how to filter, aggregate, extrapolate and interpret the data they produce, converting large volumes of data into more manageable information.
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