Autodesk Webinar Series - Product Lifecycle Management

Product lifecycle management provides enterprise-wide collaboration for all involved in the product lifecycle—from engineering and supply chain to quality and manufacturing. With everyone working from a central source, you can bring better products to market faster.
Autodesk Webinar Series - Product Lifecycle Management

Using PLM for Up-to-Date Supplier Information at Your Fingertips

Thursday, November 12, 2020
3.00 P.M. CET (2.00 P.M. UK/I)

Join us to learn how using a product lifecycle management (PLM) system organises the most up to date supplier information centrally so you always have it, with such capabilities as:

 Integration with your CRM and ERP systems to use enterprise information
 Auditing suppliers and keeping a “Do Not Use” list to avoid future issues
 Linking suppliers to your Bill of Materials to ensure compliance standards
 Tracking compliance to regulations such as RoHS, REACH, conflict minerals, and ISO9000

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Managing Your Bill of Materials, the Recipe for Your Product Design

Thursday, December 10, 2020
3.00 P.M. CET (2.00 P.M. UK/I)

During this webinar, you will learn how you can use PLM to:

 Configure, manage, and share up-to-date BOMs across your organisation
 Compare different BOMs interactively with visual redlines to see changes
 Include suppliers and customers in specific workflows for collaboration
 Manage supplier qualification and approved supplier parts (AML/AVL)
 Release your drawings to manufacturing with metadata

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The Only Constant is Change, PLM Can Manage it

Thursday, January 7, 2021
3.00 P.M. CET (2.00 P.M. UK/I)

Join us to learn how product lifecycle management (PLM) can help you take control of change and improve the quality of your products, with such capabilities as:

 Closed-loop, linked quality processes from non-conformance to returns to ECRs and ECOs.
 Configurable workflows to track and record changes to product designs as they happen.
 Built-in reporting to analyse trends in quality metrics to prevent failures before they occur.

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