The low-hanging fruit—also known as a quick win—is an improvement that is visible, has early benefit, and can be implemented quickly after commencement of the project. It’s imperative at the beginning of projects to look for the low-hanging fruit in your cloud solution to show a return early. Picking a low-hanging fruit means early delivery, which retains stakeholder interest—and this, in turn, encourages buy-in, adoption, and subsequent subscription renewals. This class will look at the criteria for the low-hanging fruit, and investigate the benefit of starting with a quick win. We will keep the class interactive with a lot of participant engagement. This session features PLM 360 (now Fusion Lifecycle) and Fusion Lifecycle.
- Learn how to identify a good build point to start implementation
- Learn how to take a more open-minded approach when implementing
- Learn how to keep it simple when starting the build
- Brainstorm for quick wins—don't rule anything out
PLM technical consultant working with Fusion Lifecycle for 6 years. Saoirse enjoys working with Customers through their FLC deployment to ensure their product development processes are streamlined and optimised. Saoirse has a strong focus onreporting and is currently working her way through a master’s in data analytics. She applies this additional learning to customer data interrogation in order to achieve valuable insights into their strengths and weaknesses.
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