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Autodesk PLM 360 Implementation: How to Take Advantage of the Platform for Deployment and Process Optimization
Roundtable    BO2885-R
Avi Robbins
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, Ian Hadden
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Description

This roundtable session is a prelude discussion to the class BO2858: One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for Autodesk® PLM 360 Implementation: Sprint to the Finish. In this session, we expand on the case study presented in the lecture, diving deeper into the discussion and examples from the speakers and attendees on what the implementation process will be like and sharing potential ways to accelerate the process. These discussions focus on how to plan for PLM implementation and what unique considerations participants should watch out for. We also explore industry examples on how to improve cross-functional teamwork and global collaboration, as well as process and data optimization with innovative implementation use cases. If you are considering implementing Autodesk PLM 360 cloud-based software or are just about to begin, this in-depth discussion can help you prepare for your experience and give you the customized and personalized knowledge to prepare ahead and accelerate the process.

Key Learnings

  • Plan for their PLM 360 implementation and integration with other software
  • Deploy personalized techniques to accelerate implementation and facilitate the process within their organization
  • Recognize areas for improved efficiency within their organization using PLM 360
  • Describe expanded use cases for PLM 360

Speakers

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Avi received his bachelor's and master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and his master's degree in Business Administration from Emory University. He is now the Director of Global Product Development for Porex, a porous plastics manufacturer, with headquarters in Atlanta, GA, and product development and manufacturing facilities in the US, Germany, Scotland, and Malaysia. Avi's combined experiences give him over 10 years of involvement in the medical, industrial, and consumer markets in roles from product development and program management to operations and sales. Now at Porex, Avi is spearheading the implementation of AutoDesk PLM360 and Vault Professional and has been responsible for vendor selection, implementation, and administration. As a member of the Product Development and Management Association, Avi enjoys sharing his experiences with the broader product development and manufacturing community.
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Ian Hadden
Ian is a solution architect with over 10 years experience in working with PLM products. He has engaged in many customer deployments in a diversity of industries.

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