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You have a new product concept. Where do you start? New product development describes the complex process of bringing a new product to market. Managing the many steps involved in this process is critical to getting your product out the door on time and on budget.
In this webinar, we will cover:
PLM helps remove bottlenecks, and speed up your process.
PLM provides process workflows that keep everyone involved in your new product development aligned and on track. Easily configure workflows to match your organisation’s exact processes. Include related information like pricing, top-level bill of materials, marketing assets and other data that rounds out the product definition.
Gain the visibility you need to spot issues before they happen. With all your new product development/introduction workflows managed in PLM, you can visually track your progress in centralised graphical charts. This gives you the ability to monitor your new product introduction status, quickly identify and resolve potential bottlenecks, and avoid costly launch delays.
Project task templates in PLM standardise phase-gate milestones, deliverables and tasks by product line, business unit, product team or other designation. For ease and efficiency, you can define your task types by each workflow state, such as concept, requirements definition, development, testing and production.
Create personalised, graphically rich dashboards and reports to monitor real-time status and trends. Export any data view, table or report with a single click.
Include suppliers, contract manufacturers and customers in specific workflows governed by intelligent access control. Ensure everyone is aligned with contextual views of up-to-date product information.
Keep users up-to-date with real-time alerts for task assignments, almost due, late or escalated tasks, and approvals. Configure messages for relevance for recipients to take action.
Discover more benefits of product lifecycle management by taking a PLM business assessment.
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