The class will aim to share relevant and transferable stories about cost-saving Fusion LifeCycle use cases as they relate to product management and internal operations.The class will focus on three areas: (1)Recognizing the overlooked losses in an organization - time; (2)How to transition from analog to digital management systems - the short term adversities and the long term payoff; and, (3)Using Fusion LifeCycle to promote positive culture change within your organization.
- Understand the challenges of analog management in a digital marketplace.
- Learn applicable PLM solutions to address product and task management adversities.
- Assess the cost savings and advantages of digital management (task automation).
- Identify and evaluate misunderstood and, and often, unseen fractures in the cyclic process of product management.
Chemical Engineer specializing in product life cycle management for advanced technical applications.Key fields of experience include: process control, photonic curing, spectrophotometry, thin films, and semiconductors.Responsible for quality control, employee development, future product development, and international and domestic customer/partner relations.Specializes in transitioning R&D environments into production-scaled operations.Member of the AutoDesk Customer Advisory Board.
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.