Not Getting That PLM License Could Cost You Dearly
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People talk about the exorbitant cost of PLM licensing. But what about the cost of not getting a license?  I don’t mean piracy or copyright infringement.  I mean the cost of not giving everyone in the process – everyone in the workflow – access to your PLM system.  What happens when you break a process?

In the video below, global Tier 1 automotive supplier Lear Corporation discusses how your engineering workflow begins to breakdown the moment you remove one individual from the automated process and why it’s critical to give access to everyone, no matter how small their role in the workflow may be.  Fortunately, PLM access is never a problem with Aras – the only major PLM provider to eliminate PLM licensing fees.

Posted Fri, Dec 10 2010 3:02 PM by Jennifer


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