PLM - Product Life Cycle Management The Future of...

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Product Life Cycle Management The Future of Production Systems
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PLM Product Life Cycle Management is a  total production system that tracks a  product from inception to disposal It includes, marketing, sales, design,  planning, production, quality  requirements, packaging, shipping, and  disposing of the product when it’s  useful life is over
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The Scope of PLM Product Lifecycle Plus the engineering business systems to make the process work with the rest of the company
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Where did PLM come from? Originally the term was used to  describe the computer technology  needed by auto makers and their  suppliers to store information about  vehicle parts, engineering data, design  data, quality, etc.
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The Benefit of PLM It is a common production system, with  common computer technology for  information storage and retrieval.  In  theory any employee, in any  department can look at data created by 
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2012 for the course OLS 386 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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