What is needed for manufacturers to improve the maturity of BOM-related processes to help to manage complexity, improve efficiency, prevent mistakes, and enhances collaboration across departments and the supply chain? Read our buyer’s guide to find out. Please enjoy the summary below. Click here for the full report, thank you to our sponsor PTC.
BOM Processes Rely on Inadequate Solutions Ineffective BOM Processes Cause Disruption BOM management is critical to connecting design, purchasing, and production across a manufacturing business. Ineffective BOM processes, though, lead to low productivity and costly errors. With that in mind, why do so many manufacturers rely on substandard BOM management approaches like spreadsheets and email?
Tech-Clarity’s BOM Management Buyer’s Guide – Boost Performance with Digital BOMs provides criteria for manufacturers to evaluate software solutions to support their Bill of Material and product structure data and processes. Tech-Clarity’s Buyer’s Guides go beyond software functionality to provide a framework of requirements that impact implementation success and long-term ROI, including: Software requirements Implementation Integration User
Jim Brown will moderate this IEEE webcast featuring Gentherm Director of Engineering Systems Marinko Lazanja and PTC’s Senior Director of Product Management Graham Birch. The webcast will share the importance of managing Bills of Material and product structures to avoid common inefficiencies and errors, but also to serve as the digital product backbone for the
PLM411 takes a funny look at how manufacturers manage their Bills of Material in the Recipe Manager 2020 spoof, followed by some straight talk on how PLM helps manufacturers improve business performance. Tech-Clarity President Jim Brown and Ron Locklin of Autodesk discuss the ways PLM helps companies give insight into their products and save them money . The
What is Arena Solutions’ plan for PLM? From the early days as BOM.com to today, Arena has been a pureplay cloud PLM player. You could argue they had cloud PLM before cloud PLM was cool. They were a pioneer in the space, but where are they headed now? This post is a part of my series on Strategic Visions of the Major