Webinar by CIMdata and Persistent Systems
Over the last twenty years, the market has witnessed the continued growth and expansion of the global PLM market to support the development, production, and maintenance of complex products and/or services by increasingly global value chains. The complexity of product development today has several dimensions:
Digital Thread Across Product Development
- As per CIMdata, “The phenomenon of ‘the consumerization of information technology’ has made consumer technologies like social and mobile important to the PLM market. Additionally, the Internet of Things (IoT) has exploded on the consumer and industrial markets, turning almost every product into smart and connected. Social, mobile, and the IoT has also created an explosion in data to be mined for insights using traditional analytics and more advanced technologies like AI and machine learning (ML). These rapid changes in PLM requirements have challenged most product companies to keep up”
- Product complexity exponentially increases engineering challenges due to the greater number of requirements, complex design, additional required testing, and coordination between engineering, supplier teams, and production.
In this webinar you will learn from CIMdata and Persistent Systems experts how important the Integration is to enable the Digital thread that will provide the capability to exchange data, information and run process across silos, from design to manufacturing. In particular, we will explore the Application and Product Lifecycle integration and how your organization can improve cross-team collaboration, productivity and project traceability.
Also, you will discover how Persistent Systems, a Dassault Systèmes value-added reseller (VAR), brings significant skills and experience in systems engineering, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), artificial intelligence (AI), and cloud to help industrial clients expand their PLM strategies to leverage these powerful capabilities. Persistent Systems is also a leader in application lifecycle management (ALM), a key enabling solution for effectively developing smart connected products.