The Five Degrees of Product Complexity

Jim Brown presents on this webcast sponsored by Siemens PLM. The presentation examines how manufacturers address the five critical dimensions of product complexity to achieve maximum profitability, and how Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions help manage these five dimensions of product complexity on an enterprise scale, resulting in greater efficiency and better products. Complexities addressed

Advanced PPM

Tech-Clarity Issue in Focus: Optimizing Product Portfolios with Advanced PPM: Applying Value Optimization to Portfolio Decision Making explains how companies can gain greater levels of product portfolio profitability by using value optimization techniques to make portfolio decisions. Describes how the basic best practices of PPM can be extended by Advanced PPM concepts. Please enjoy the

Service Lifecycle Management for HVAC and Controls

SLM for HVAC and Controls: Competition Heats up for Service Contracts discusses how convergence of the HVAC and Controls service markets has changed the rules of competition, highlighting the need for SLM to compete. Please enjoy the summary below, or click the report or title to download the full PDF (free of charge, no registration

Service Lifecycle Management for Medical Devices

SLM for Medical Devices: The Strategic Role of Service highlights the strategic role that service plays in the medical devices industry in ensuring customer satisfaction to enable future sales, while maintaining optimal costs to protect profitability. Please enjoy the summary below, or click the report or title to download the full PDF (free of charge,

Service Lifecycle Management for IT Equipment

SLM for IT Equipment: Tackling the Profitability Crunch explores tackling the profitability crunch in the IT equipment services market as service becomes more difficult, competition gets stiffer and margins keep shrinking. Please enjoy the summary below, or click the report or title to download the full PDF (free of charge, no registration required). NOTE: This