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Product Lifecycle Management: 21st century Paradigm for Product…

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As a Product Manager you must meet the increasing demands of your customers by rapidly and continually improving your products and services. Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), a new paradigm for manufacturing companies, allows you to manage your products across their lifecycles. PLM extends and brings together, through the Internet and worldwide web, many previously separate fields including Computer Aided Design, Product Data Management and Enterprise Resource Planning. Here you will find an explanation of why PLM is important from both the business and technical viewpoints demonstrated through examples of the way world-class engineering and manufacturing companies are implementing PLM successfully. The Decision Engineering series focuses on the foundations and applications of tools and techniques related to decision engineering, and identifies their relevance in `engineering' decisions. The series provides an aid to practising professionals and applied researchers in the development of tools for informed operational and business decision making, within industry, by utilising distributed organizational knowledge.… (mere)
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As a Product Manager you must meet the increasing demands of your customers by rapidly and continually improving your products and services. Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), a new paradigm for manufacturing companies, allows you to manage your products across their lifecycles. PLM extends and brings together, through the Internet and worldwide web, many previously separate fields including Computer Aided Design, Product Data Management and Enterprise Resource Planning. Here you will find an explanation of why PLM is important from both the business and technical viewpoints demonstrated through examples of the way world-class engineering and manufacturing companies are implementing PLM successfully. The Decision Engineering series focuses on the foundations and applications of tools and techniques related to decision engineering, and identifies their relevance in `engineering' decisions. The series provides an aid to practising professionals and applied researchers in the development of tools for informed operational and business decision making, within industry, by utilising distributed organizational knowledge.

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