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Keeping the Fusion in Fusion Lifecycle: How to Deliver a Successful Project

By     OCTOBER 13, 2017

Join Katelyn Wilson, PLM Specialist from Advanced Solutions and Andree Cordts, Director of NPI for Oxygen Development at Autodesk University 2017, as they take a dive into what it takes to prepare for a successful Fusion Lifecycle implementation.

Andree attended this class led by Katelyn Wilson at AU 2016 and the experience provided her with the tools, knowledge, and confidence needed to move forward with their Fusion Lifecycle implementation in a way that promised success to Oxygen Development.  Join us this year and attend the class as it is presented again with new tips and advice directly from a Fusion Lifecycle certified implementer and a Fusion Lifecycle user.

“Before attending Katelyn’s class at AU, we wouldn’t have had the success we had with our implementation because we were not prepared.  This class taught us what to expect and what to consider for our implementation.  After this class, we felt properly equipped to gather the information needed to kick-off our project and guarantee long term successes…Our number one takeaway from this class was a plan to develop and measure our metrics– ensuring that Fusion Lifecycle hit on our metrics helped us get ready for our implementation in a way that we wouldn’t have thought of otherwise.” – Andree Cordts, Director of NPI, Oxygen Development

Learning Objective 1: Learn how to incorporate best practices for a productive Fusion Lifecycle discovery

Learning Objective 2: Learn how to recognize what data to gather and how it relates to PLM

Learning Objective 3: Learn how to identify who should be involved in the discovery

Learning Objective 4: Learn how to visualize the end goal

Session ID: PM121814

Class Date: 11/14/2017 at 2:15PM

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– Provided by: Katelyn Wilson, Industrial Engineer, Advanced Solutions