What is PLM?
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) helps you manage complex, cross-functional processes, coordinating the efforts of distributed teams to consistently and efficiently develop the best possible products. The PTC PLM software system manages all aspects of the product development lifecycle, from concept through service and retirement. By optimizing product development processes and using a single, secure source of information, you can develop products that are competitive, cost-effective, and high quality.
Benefits of PLM Software
PLM software supports the product development process, to integrate people, processes and systems. It provides a product information "warehouse" for organizations. Primary benefits of PLM software include:
Directly, our PLM system offers significant value to you, by establishing a single system that simultaneously manages both hardware and software deliverables. Our Product Lifecycle Management software also enhances other enterprise systems (ERP, CRM) by enabling the sharing of product information throughout the organization. It may also be integrated with Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) for accelerated software development by delivering smarter, more competitive products faster and more efficiently. Optimize your product development process with Windchill, our PLM software that offers comprehensive capabilities to help manufacturers with all phases of the product development lifecycle.
Industrial Products, Electronics & High Tech, Government, Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Retail & Consumer, and Life Sciences
BAE Systems, Boeing, Boston Scientific, Bose, Caterpillar, Continental Automotive, Cummins Engine, Deere & Co., Dell, EADS, EMC, GE Healthcare, Hitachi, HP, Huawei Technologies, Hyundai, Ingersoll-Rand, Intel, iRobot, ITT, JCPenney, Komatsu America, LG Philips, Limited Brands, Lockheed Martin, Mitsubishi, Molex, Motorola, NASA, Nike, Omron, Otis Elevator, Raytheon, Robert Bosch, Samsung, Schaeffler Group, Schindler Group, Schneider Electric, Seiko Epson, SKF, Stryker, Toshiba, Toyota, Tyco, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, Volkswagen, Volvo, and Whirlpool.
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Accenture, Dell, HP, IBM, Intel, and Microsoft.
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CIMdata’s PLM Benefits Appraisal Guide is designed to help potential PLM users evaluate the applicability and payoffs of PLM in their enterprise, and to help existing users of PLM monitor the impact it is having on their product programs.
New! The CIMdata 2016 AEC Market Overview Report presents CIMdata’s detailed analysis of the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) market.
2016 Modules now available. The PLM MAR Series provides detailed information and in-depth analysis on the worldwide PLM market. It contains analyses of major trends and issues, leading PLM providers, revenue analyses for geographical regions and industry sectors, and historical and projected data on market growth.
These reports offer country-specific analyses of the PLM market. Their focus is on PLM investment and use in industrial markets. Reports cover Brazil, Germany, India, Japan, Russia, South Korea, and the United States.
2016 Edition now available. This report presents CIMdata’s overview of the global simulation and analysis market, one of the fastest growing segments of the overall product lifecycle management market, including profiles of the leading S&A firms.