Thursday Apr 09, 2015

From Farm to Table: How PLM Serves Up Your Chicken Sandwich

Ever wonder how your lunch was made? How did that meal end up on the plate in front of you?  Given all the ingredients, equipment, data, processes and players involved, few can tell the whole story. But one type of enterprise software has recorded every detail – Product Lifecycle Management.

John Kelley, Vice President of Product Value Chain Strategy and Kerrie Jordan, Director of Product Value Chain Marketing, Oracle discuss PLM's many roles in your chicken sandwich. Read the full article in Food Manufacturing magazine by clicking here

To learn more about Oracle Product Lifecycle Management applications, visit www.oracle.com/plm

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Monday Jul 11, 2011

Considering Manufacturing's Link to Innovation and the Global Economy

As US President Obama Launches the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership (AMP), we thought we’d take a moment to consider the impact of manufacturing on a nation and the global network of product designers, suppliers, producers, marketers, and customers. An interesting article called "Why Manufacturing Matters" by Suzanne Berger gives a compelling perspective on manufacturing’s link to innovation and economic advancement. From large outsourced corporations to small in-house manufacturers, innovation in how you bring a product to market is the key to success, can happen at any point in the value chain, and has ripple effects at home and worldwide. You’ll probably even recognize many of the case studies in the article as Oracle Agile PLM customers.

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