As you begin your journey to PLM in the cloud, there are key tenants which must be leveraged in order to ensure a positive, long-term experience: people, processes, and technology. By moving to PLM cloud, you can quickly scale up, lower cost of ownership, enable external collaboration, and decrease in-house burden. Productivity will increase because your admin’s impact will be elevated, as they spend more time on high value activities and less time on tactics. To get started in cloud computing and make the best decision for the company, there are strategic questions IT leaders consider:
Which cloud do I need? Which features do I use?
What about upgrades and updates?
What kind of control do I need?
How will I manage my PLM solution and what are the impacts?
Join Lisa Hayes, PTC Cloud Portfolio Lead and Vipul Gohil, Principal Quality Engineer as they take the guesswork out by highlighting these important deployment criteria – security, availability, functionality, performance, and support. Identify the best path forward to a successful transition and get back to your IT business initiatives.
Join PTC’s PLM Product Management Manager, Nick Samardzija, on May 13th at 10 AM EST, when he demonstrates how, with configurable classification schemas, automatic part naming, and predictable, accurate classification for all of your global regions, you can drive collaboration and efficiency across the enterprise.
By classifying documents and parts in Windchill, stakeholders can standardize search processes and realize faster time to value with:
More efficient searching and browsing
Reduced duplication and proliferation
Speed to innovation, compliance, and collaboration