Thursday, May 13, 2021, at 11:00 a.m. ET

The next wave of Digital Transformation is here. Who is taking part?  Every discrete manufacturer—if they want to be relevant in the next decade.  Why the sense of urgency? Rapidly changing working environments have exposed weaknesses in our processes and technology.  There has been a great unveiling of expensive, inflexible systems, the style and way we work with one another, and how disconnected we are from our customers. Now is the time to change, everything, to capitalize on what’s next.

In this webinar, you will learn why those who are leading product efforts will be on the front lines in the transition to digital.  We’ll delve into why innovation cannot fall to individuals but instead requires participation from throughout the enterprise ecosystem. To be successful this collaboration will need to be efficient— and tap a discrete manufacturer’s often-overlooked precious resource—product information—whether in siloed systems internally, or not yet connected from a customer.

The discussion will include an understanding of Product Lifecycle Management’s (PLM) role in Digital Transformation, how it fits in the overall lifecycle and why PLM will be the steward of the Digital Thread, to create the ability to openly collaborate, innovate, and lead your organization to higher revenues and profits.

Speaker Bio:
David G. Sherburne is an independent consultant, writer, and speaker on the topics of Information Technology, Digital Transformation and Product Research and Development. David’s unique experiences have covered the entire concept to customer product lifecycle as well as the supporting information technology frameworks. These experiences give David the perspective required to help companies solve their digital transformation dilemmas.

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