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How to unlock Endless Possibilities with Oracle PLM

Kirk Carlsen
SCM Cloud Product Marketing

In their recent eBook entitled “Next Generation−Digitally Connected PLM”, CIMdata, a lead Product Lifecycle Management research and analyst firm, discusses the strategy and future vision of PLM which has been expanded and been reprioritized over the years and how companies need to leverage a Digitally Connected PLM 4.0 solution to support today’s business needs.

In this eBook you will discover how:

  • Companies are turning to innovative cloud-based PLM 4.0 platforms that tie the digital thread with the enterprise product record to drive faster and better decision making, deliver greater efficiencies and automation across the complete product lifecycle.
  • PLM 4.0 supports new business operating models that capture and leverage current and global product, market and supply data to drive faster time to action and proactive reaction.
  • Digital Twins need to be factored into the enterprise and operational architecture to reduce risk and continuously improve delivery through all levels of a product lifecycle.
  • By digitizing quality management and compliance systems into a single collaborative source of truth helps drive good decisions for closed loop corrective actions across product, resource and supplier management.

At the conclusion of this eBook, CIMdata rates Oracle PLM as a Mindshare Leader saying, “Oracle has a wide footprint of applications built to address Industry 4.0 transformational initiatives. Designed for “plug and play,” Oracle PLM Cloud and SCM Cloud applications deliver modern features such as chatbots, embedded social networking, and advanced data visualization. The art of possibilities supported by this platform are endless.”

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