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Sneak peek! Preview of a PLM session at MSCE 2017

Kemper Ray
Product Marketing Analyst

MSCE 2017 is almost here. Here’s a video sneak peek at one of the sessions in the Product Lifecycle Management solution area featuring Tim Brown, Director of Business Systems and PLM at Smiths Medical. Watch Tim Brown discuss how best practice PLM is helping to support his organization’s unwavering commitment to quality and compliance.

Many organizations face challenges with quality assurance and compliance as products and requirements continue to grow more complex. Tim Brown explains how those challenges get even more difficult if businesses rely on processes that are manual and duplicative. He shares his experience regarding the importance of having data visibility across the organization. This is where Oracle’s PLM solutions comes in.

Oracle's Agile Product Lifecycle Management helps companies innovate profitably, with a comprehensive solution to efficiently centralize product data, streamline processes, and launch quality products faster. With Oracle’s PLM solutions, organizations accelerate product innovation, better manage the enterprise product record, optimize the global product value chain, and ultimately boost profitability.

To hear more about Smiths Medical and Oracle PLM, come see Tim Brown’s session at the Modern Supply Chain Experience. Tim will be presenting on Wednesday, February 15 at 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm, in the PLM Learning from Leaders Track.

To learn more about PLM at the Modern Supply Chain Experience visit http://modernsupplychainexperience.com/solution/product-lifecycle-management

For more information on Oracle PLM, visit www.oracle.com/plm

Kemper Ray is a marketing student at Santa Clara University. Connect with him on LinkedIn.

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