PLM411 tells a silly story about how one product developer convinced his company to improve product development processes and performance with PLM and helped them understand the different needs of PLM and ERP. The short clip is followed by a discussion between host Jim Brown of Tech-Clarity and Brian Roepke of Autodesk about the benefits of cloud-based solutions and why Autodesk chose to bring a cloud PLM solution to market.
PLM411 brings you straight talk about how manufacturers can accelerate product innovation and product development with PLM.
Prior Episode:A jab at collaboration software getting you on the “same page” followed by a discussion with Chad Jackson of Lifecycle Insights on Engineering Change Management and how PLM software can help.
Next Episode:A tongue-in-cheek pitch for the SwivelChair 2020 to integrate systems followed by an informative discussion with TSM Control Systems Engineering Manager David Keeley. We touch on how the gap between PDM and ERP causes mistakes and inefficiency that get reflected in poor quality products and customer dissatisfaction. Then, David explains how newer PLM systems with the flexibility to manage metadata and processes fill the void and how TSM implements new processes quickly and inexpensively in a way not possible with traditional CAD- and PDM-centric packages.