Manufacturing and product management go hand in hand
The manufacture of products involves a great amount of product information that begins to accumulate already during the products’ design process. To ensure smooth and efficient operations, information must be timely, transparent and easily available to all who need it, across the entire organization and its partner networks. The product and all the related information must be managed efficiently throughout the entire product lifecycle – even after the product is taken out of use.
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Product lifecycle management - from planning to recycling
Product information management and product lifecycle management (PLM) are an essential part of any manufacturing company’s operations. It is crucial that product information is accurate, efficiently managed, and available to all those who need it.
Management and distribution of commercial product information
Technical product data created by engineers can be enriched with commercial attributes for sales purposes. This allows you to gain the maximum benefit from already saved items, components and products. Commercial product information can be published in product catalogs or on your website to help your customers in decision making.
Technical product data under control
Product lifecycle management starts from technical product data. CAD files, items, item structures, products and serial numbers and other related product information form the basis of product management. Accurate and up-to-date shared information enables efficient collaboration between designers.
Management of product information in a network
A networked operating model increases the flexibility of manufacturing capacity. Modern manufacturing processes call for the efficient management of manufacturing networks and seamless flow of product information between the principal company and its subcontractors, suppliers and contract manufacturers.
Information related to a product is updated several times during the product’s design and manufacturing phases. Efficient sharing of data and comprehensive change management between the different parties of the manufacturing network ensures the desired end result and customer satisfaction.