How can organizations effectively manage the Business of Engineering in this new paradigm?
As companies rush to bring new products to market, business processes designed for a simpler era are being stretched, causing numerous quality problems resulting in rising product recalls, warranty claims and liability issues.
Software represents more than 35 percent of a car's total cost and is growing rapidly.
The Complexity Challenge
In the face of increasing product complexity, a broader concept that meets the challenges of keeping pace and staying profitable requires manufacturers to develop a broad vision—Business of Engineering—and implement a resilient PLM system to tackle the challenges of today’s unpredictable and fast paced industry.
Manual processes have to be replaced and legacy systems retired to maintain and strengthen both competitive advantage and the power to innovate
Industry experts from Airbus and CIMdata reflect on the challenges of managing today's Business of Engineering
Powering the Business of Engineering
Today's winning companies power the business of engineering by integrating cross-discipline product development, manufacturing and field service with flexible processes across the extended enterprise, including suppliers, partners, customers and other stakeholders.
Your Digital Transformation starts with a Product Innovation Platform.
What's required is a true cross-discipline approach to provide product data and process frameworks that span the enterprise.