This video shares some of the funnier moments from our 2015 infomercials and then tackles a serious question, “Should startups use PLM?,” in an interview with Autodesk’s Laurent Rainsand Tech-Clarity’s Jim Brown.
PLM411 brings you straight talk about how manufacturers can accelerate product innovation and product development with PLM.
Prior Episode:How do you tell true cloud PLM software versus other SaaS options and why is it important? We start this episode by poking some fun at old software disguised as cloud. Then, Jim Brown interviews Excellims Corporation’s VP of Engineering Mark Osgood who shares his experience outgrowing spreadsheets for managing product lifecycles, finding PLM systems cost prohibitive, and then implementing a “cloud” PLM solution that wasn’t truly cloud, with poor results. Then hes implemented a native cloud PLM solution. The differences in performance is dramatic.
Next Episode:In this episode of PLM411, Tech-Clarity’s Jim Brown discusses the PLM evolution at Suretank with Barry Woods, Systems Project Manager. Barry shares that Suretank had very traditional goals for PLM, primarily revision management and getting data under control. That was a success, but new management arrived and shifted company focus to World Class Customer Care. Suretank leveraged the flexibility of their PLM system to implement new capabilities aligned with the revised corporate strategy and ended up with huge business benefits. Barry shares they have continued plans to improve performance with PLM.