Effective Tech Transfer is crucial to delivering innovative products to market. Can companies improve Tech Transfer through the use of digital data, processes, and technology? We surveyed over 200 companies to find out. Please enjoy the summary below. For the full report, please visit our sponsor BIOVIA Dassault Systems (registration required). Improve Tech Transfer, Improve Profitability
How have manufacturers’ opinions on using the cloud to support product innovation, product development, and engineering changed? How does that impact cloud adoption? Read the guest post in full in the Digital Transformation section of the Siemens PLM Community blog. Jim Brown recently shared a guest post on the Siemens’ blog offering our experience on
The The CPG Digital Thread ebook shares how consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies can streamline their product innovation and commercialization practices by innovating along the digital thread. It shares how companies can simultaneously enable R&D to innovate more efficiently while capturing the resulting IP as a reusable corporate asset by leveraging an integrated product innovation platform to create the digital
Social Business Collaboration can help companies develop better products. It can also help them more effectively include their supply chain in product development to improve innovation. Product development is a team sport and benefits from collaboration across the supply chain. Formal collaboration approaches such as PDM or PLM are effective, but are sometimes worked around because
Going Social with Product Development: Improving Product Development Performance with Social Computing explores how manufacturers are taking advantage of social computing and “Web 2.0” technologies to raise the bar on product development performance. Provides examples of how the concepts behind social networking are being applied in to help new product development (NPD) teams boost performance
What I learned this week … is that the time has come for Tech-Clarity to start talking about PLM in the Cloud. Why now? Because there are some real options for manufacturers to consider, and it has moved from a theoretical discussion to a practical one. So without further ado, let’s get the discussion going.