Tech-Clarity is conducting a Product Portfolio Benchmark Survey to investigate industry trends and understand how companies apply portfolio management principles, people, process, and tools to their product development and innovation efforts. In addition, we’re researching how the transition to smarter products and the digital enterprise impact PPM. The research is commissioned by Planview, Inc. They’re grateful for
The last few years have brought drastic changes in the market for product innovation, product development, engineering, manufacturing, and service software. The scope of solutions has changed, in part to the natural evolution and expansion of software suites, but also due to exciting advancements in technologies like the IoT, 3D printing/additive manufacturing, generative design, virtual/augmented reality
Join Tech-Clarity’s Jim Brown in a lively discussion with Planview NPD Evangelist Carrie Nauyalis discussing how to effectively measure product innovation. The duo will discuss the pitfalls of measuring innovation based on prior performance, the top five measures companies can use to measure innovation capability, and what’s needed to get started measuring innovation to improve outcomes.
Preparing Industrial Equipment Manufacturers for Growth: Innovating Future Product Lines with Higher Margins identifies how industrial equipment manufacturers can transform their business to a position of growth by implementing a strategy for innovation, without investing in additional resources. With the right approach to innovation, companies will ensure future revenue streams, while managing risk. Getting this right is
As part of our ongoing coverage of the PLM and engineering software markets, we stay in touch with as many vendors as we can to understand their strategic direction and how it impacts their customers. This post shares our latest published coverage of the vendors, and provides a bit of insight into where we see the market transitioning this
Last year we embarked on our first ever roundup of PLM vendors’ strategic directions. Well, we didn’t get as far as we wanted beyond the more prominent vendors, but we’re back at it for 2015! The market is anything but stagnant. In fact, I think the strategies of the “big guys” are about as different