What is PLM? How do I know if I am ready for product lifecycle management (PLM)? How complicated is it to set up Autodesk PLM 360 software? Are you currently managing your day-to-day workflows by emailing your Microsoft Excel spreadsheets around? Do you wish there was a better way to organize the state of your products within the manufacturing timeline. Have you wondered about PLM but thought it probably wasn't for you? This discussion will be a great opportunity to see how customers (especially from smaller companies with few employees) can take advantage of Autodesk PLM 360 software. In this discussion we will showcase how some of the basic workflows work, how they can apply to your workflow, and how implementing Autodesk PLM 360 software will have an immediate impact on your efficiency. We will discuss and show examples of workflows, milestones, and approvals—what we ship out of the box and what level of implementation you should consider.
- See how simple it is to get up and running with Autodesk PLM 360
- Determine if Autodesk PLM 360 is the right fit for your company’s needs
- Decide if you are ready to take the next steps to implement Autodesk PLM 360
- Learn how to take control of your manufacturing processes through Autodesk PLM 360
Keri Bender is a business development product manager at Autodesk, Inc., where she engages with customers and Autodesk’s channel partners. Prior to Autodesk, Bender spent over 13 years defining, implementing, supporting, and evangelizing CAD, data management and support, and community tools at Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks. Bender earned her BSME from the University of Central Florida.
Brian Schanen works for Autodesk, Inc., as a technical marketing manager focused on Autodesk PLM 360 software. In this role, he builds and delivers collateral for both customers and Autodesk's channel partners to increase the chance of successful and enthusiastic use of Autodesk PLM 360 software. Through blog posts, videos, and white papers covering Autodesk PLM 360 software and product data management, Brian evangelizes Product Lifecycle Management Solutions. He has also taught at Autodesk University multiple times, and he now works with customers to implement complete solutions specializing in the Autodesk products. See more at: http://underthehood-autodesk.typepad.com/blog/about-the-author.html#sthash.CU5vIzTj.dpuf