What can PLM do for you?

Markets are moving faster, competition is intensifying, and customers are demanding new products more often. PLM offers a competitive advantage that you can't afford to overlook.

What can PLM do for you?

Shorten Time to Market

PLM lets design teams work faster thanks to centralised access to real-time data and developments. PLM also removes time-consuming inefficiencies, like the need to replicate data across different systems, or transfer data from one department and system to another as products progress through development stages.

Reduce Development Costs

PLM drives ROI both through general efficiency gains and speed-to-market improvements, and through specific savings in manufacturing-related costs. Reuse of materials and consolidation of part designs and suppliers saves on material and component costs.

Accelerate Revenue Growth

Revenue growth is a bigger contributor to profit than cost reductions. PLM is uniquely able to support increased revenue by facilitating earlier market introduction and freeing up resources to drive innovation.

Safeguard Product Quality

Quality issues, whether big or small, always entail costs and often have further consequences such as erosion of customer confidence and lost sales over time. PLM can safeguard product quality by making it easy to stay in control of of all the details that pertain to products, parts, manufacturing, and compliance.

PLM:
A competitive advantage you can’t afford to overlook

Industry leaders use Product Lifecycle Managment (PLM) to speed up and streamline product development processes to increase profitability, free up resources and drive innovation. It’s a competitive advantage that few companies can afford to overlook. But PLM doesn’t end when a new product launches.