Live Engineering is real. SAP understands that the market is being more and more digitized and that developing new products and services adapted to this switching market mindset is a key factor for successful businesses. Only lot-size one production models with sophisticated sales analysis and information support enable a manufacturer to offer the variety of products that their customers want – more efficiently than ever, instantly, and at a competitive price. Today’s digitization requires a manufacturer to make informed decisions about upselling potential and market demands to trigger the right product redesign and development at the right time. The foundations for this are created by efficient development processes with modern software solutions and the latest IT technologies.
With SAP Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), all product information across the entire life cycle – from idea finding through design and manufacturing, to service and disposal – is managed, regularly updated, and made available to the areas and processes affected.
Topics and challenges such as these, as well as SAP’s new solutions, current market trends, and innovations for research and development will be dealt with at the SAP PLM Infodays:
- Solutions for the process and manufacturing industry, such as idea management, portfolio and project management, product lifecycle costing, Engineering Control Center and CAD integrations, recipe development, 3D Visual Enterprise, and so on.
- Best practices for product data management and development processes.
- SAP strategy: current trends, ongoing developments, and PLM roadmap.
- On the second day, developers and product managers will give an insight into the current development of their solution. Influence future SAP PLM solutions through direct discussions and interaction.
The accompanying exhibition offers an ideal platform for expert discussions and experience sharing. At numerous demonstration booths from SAP and partners, you can experience the solutions live and talk to experts.Simply save the date (May 22 and 23, 2017) in your calendar now and register.
We’ll send you an invitation with further details in the next few weeks. You can find the current agenda here.