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    Webinar: Medical Devices: Making The Right Choice – Your Case For Quality
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Mobile PLM Applications Debate on Tech4PD

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How will manufacturers benefit from mobile applications to enhance their PLM systems? That is the question Chad Jackson of Lifecycle Insights and Tech-Clarity’s Jim Brown debate in the latest Tech4PD episode, Mobile PLM – What’s the Shortest Path to Value.

And somebody gets a pie in the face for losing the last debate on systems engineering and PLM!

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Watch the Mobile PLM Debate now and vote to see who suffers the next consequence.

To see a list of all episodes to date, please visit Tech4PD on Engineering.com.

Insiders Tip: We almost called the show “PIE in Your Face” for “Product Innovation and Engineering” show that is willing to take sides, which eventually led to the idea of consequences. It took us 10 episodes to actually do the pie!

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