PROSTEP, the fastest growing PLM solutions provider in all aspects of engineering, is proud to sponsor PIDX USA 2022 on May 17-18, 2022 in Atlanta, GA. This premier event for Design, Engineering, and R&D Leaders explores solutions to solve technology’s most complex challenges and enable better product development and digital transformation.
Premier Platinum Sponsors, PROSTEP, the industry leading Dassault partner for PLM integration, migration, and data exchange for manufacturers in industries such as aerospace and defense, automotive and transportation, shipbuilding, consumer goods, and machinery, lends a wide range of technical expertise through its upcoming presentations at COExperience 2022. The 25+ year event, held yearly by COE, the Community and Experts of Dassault Systemes Solutions sponsored by founding partner, Dassault Systemes, brings together industry leaders to share, connect, and lend best practices for Dassault solutions.
Cloud-based applications can be used “as-is” without high initial investments, which makes them particularly interesting for start-ups or newly founded companies like Adient Aerospace. The manufacturer of aircraft seats, a joint venture between car seat manufacturer Adient and aircraft manufacturer The Boeing Company, recently began using PROSTEP’s leading data exchange platform OpenDXM GlobalX as a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model from the cloud.
Cloud-based applications can be used out of the box without high initial investments. This is especially interesting for start-ups or newly founded companies like Adient Aerospace. The manufacturer of aircraft seats, a joint venture of automotive seat manufacturer Adient and aircraft manufacturer the Boeing Company, has recently started using the OpenDXM GlobalX data exchange platform as a SaaS model.
Companies in the manufacturing industry face the challenge of responding flexibly to new market and customer requirements. Their IT organizations and PLM landscapes must also meet this challenge. More and more companies are therefore adopting agile approaches and need development partners with the relevant expertise.
This white paper describes how PROSTEP supports them in the use of agile methods in the PLM environment.
Many companies have recognized the leading role of PLM for their digitalization initiatives and are faced with the question of whether their existing system landscape is suitable for the challenges of digital transformation. Before
they decide on a new PLM application, they should first gain clarity about what PLM capabilities they will need in
the future. PROSTEP helps them analyze their PLM maturity level and define a sustainable PLM strategy.
The increasing digitalization of products and services, the volatility and uncertainty of today’s business environment, the need for more product and service diversification (until lot size one), the growing social and ecological demand for sustainability, and, last but not least, the ever-present requirements related to shortening innovation cycles and meeting international and market-specific regulations are among the key drivers for today‘s companies in a wide range of different industries.
There is a great deal of uncertainty in industry when it comes to the future viability of their current PLM infrastructures. Companies that recognize the importance of PLM for the digitalization of their business processes in particular are wondering whether they and their existing PLM solutions are in a position to cope with the digital transformation. In order to be able to respond flexibly to new business requirements, they need adaptable modular PLM architectures that can easily be integrated in their existing IT landscapes and which can quickly be expanded to include additional modules as required. At the same time, these architectures must support new concepts for data linking to ensure the traceability of product data across all the architecture components.