From design reviews to field quality issues, any number of reasons can start a change request or change order process. Depending on your industry, you may also need to track historical data for auditing purposes. One thing’s for sure, change happens, and it can eat into your schedule, your budget – and your sanity.
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 nonconformance to returns to ECRs and ECOs
Configurable workflows to track and record changes to product designs as they happen
Built-in reporting to analyze trends in quality metrics to prevent failures before they occur
Hear from an expert
Brian Schanen works for Autodesk, Inc., as a PLM/PDM Readiness Program Manager in the Business Strategy & Marketing division. He is responsible for global technical and sales enablement focused on PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) and PDM (Product Data Management), as well as the design, creation, implementation, and delivery of PLM/PDM based curriculum, technical and sales tools, live events, and assets. With 18 years of PDM and PLM experience, he is a seasoned speaker, presenting at events such as Autodesk University, One Team conferences and One Team extensions. On any given day, you can find him coaching internal teams and prospects, mentoring new customers, and even assisting in deployments of Autodesk PLM/PDM software.
PLM/PDM Readiness Program Manager, Autodesk
Watch the webinar now to discover how you can improve change management and product quality with PLM