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Product lifecycle management (PLM) Training

Product lifecycle management (PLM) is the process of managing the entire lifecycle of a product from inception, through engineering design and manufacture, to service and disposal of products

PLM is not a software product that you buy from a single vendor. Rather, it’s a strategy for meeting your business goals by deploying the right technologies, implementing best practices, and training your people correctly

PLM as a discipline emerged from tools such as CAD, CAM and PDM, but can be viewed as the integration of these tools with methods, people and the processes through all stages of a product's life.

Product lifecycle management (PLM) is a systematic approach to managing the series of changes a product goes through, from its design and development to its ultimate retirement or disposal.

• Faster time-to-market ,Lower cost , increased productivity, efficiency and product quality

• Insight into critical business processes , better reporting and analytics

• helps manufacturers manage complex, cross-functional processes, coordinating the efforts of distributed teams to consistently and efficiently develop the best possible products

• Accelerate product development by integrating supply-chain and procurement management

• Improve operations with tools to plan, measure, and track resources, safety, and maintenance

• Optimize productivity, via an easy-to-use, role-based portal that enables content delivery

• Connect Product Design with Production (Operations) more efficiently

• Application of PLM techniques can enhance performance targets of an organization by strengthening the efficiency of in house tools and processes

• Aggregates and standardizes product data from multiple sources, such as databases, supplier information or data providers

• Streamline product development and facilitate easier communication among those working on/with a product.

• PLM Tools & Processes when applied to different products from a range of industries like aerospace and automotive results in a better managed and quality product with lesser errors.

PLM Stages

• Requirement Gathering & Planning

• Development ( Design, Engineering & Testing )

• Manufacture and Delivery ( Production & Sales )

• Maintenance and Service

• Retirement or Disposal

Introduction to PLM

PLM Benefits

PLM Strategy & Solution

Concept Development & Testing

Office Collaboration

Design validation and simulation

PLM Implementation

Best Practices

Production and Operations

Configuration Management

PLM Integration

Technical Communication

Monitoring & Continuous Improvement

Business Analysis

Product Commercialization

General Purpose Tools

Product Design ( Industrial Design )

Lean Manufacturing

CAD/CAM

Re-engineering & Value Engineering

Distribution Channels

Idea Generation & Screening

Product Data Management

Enterprise Asset Management

• Requirements Traceability

• Program Portfolio Management

• Quality & Reliability Management

• Software Management

• Product Variability Management

• Digital Mockup

• Manufacturing Process Management

• Cost Management & Tracking

• Risk & Compliance Management

• Lifecycle Assessment (LCA)

• Components & Materials Management

• Supplier Management

• Enterprise Interoperability

• Business Reporting and Analytics

• Product Social Development

• Service Information Management

• Spare Parts and Logistics Management

• Procurement management

• Enterprise Resource planning

• Best Practices and Bench Marking

• Performance Management and KPI’s

• Information Access, Sharing and Collaboration

• Change Management

• Design Management

• Document Management

• File Management

• Product Data Management (product information management)

• Project Management

• Quote Management

• Requirements Managemen t

• Bill of Material Analysis

• Asset Management

• Business Analysis

• Concept Development & Testing

• Product Commercialization

• General Purpose Tools

• Product Design ( Industrial Design )

• Lean Manufacturing

• CAD/CAM

• Re-engineering & Value Engineering

• Distribution Channels

• Idea Generation & Screening

• Product Data Management

• Technical Communication

• Strategic PLM initiatiator

• Team Members

• Software & Service Providers

• Systems Integrators

• Project Leaders

• IT Professionals

• IT Managers

• We Focus on generic solutions offered by PLM solution providers

• Programs are taught by PLM experts

• Vast experience in PLM industry

• Program tailored to participants needs

• Arrange Job Interviews

• Trained Many Candidates

Knowledge of computer usage

B.E / BTech Degree or Diploma or MTech in Mechanical / Production Engineering or any Engineering Discipline

1 to 2 years experience in manufacture or product development Industry

• Learn how to apply best practices of PLM to improve profitability,productivity and quality

• Case Study or Examples of PLM Implementation

• To enable decision makers to spot complications and enact effective solutions.