PLM 360 Use Cases at Autodesk University 2015
Hello PLM fans. Autodesk University 2015 is approaching, and this year the PLM and Data Management track is loaded with must-see classes. In this post we’ll introduce a few PLM 360 classes, the majority of which have a customer focus in either a case study or technical deep dive. First, when you browse the AU 2015 Class Catalog, you can use the filters on the left to sort for PLM classes. Fun Fact: to find courses on the PLM and Data Management Track – look for classes with the ‘PL’ prefix.
One new highlight this year is the showcasing of our PLM customers. Be sure to check out the "PLM Customer Solution" PowerTrack where you can learn first hand about real use cases of PLM 360 within an organization. Here are the classes below, along with links to add them to your schedule:
In this class we will examine the rapid deployment of Autodesk PLM 360 software with the Ember – Autodesk’s Spark Powered, ultra-high resolution 3D printer. Come see how Bill of Materials, Change Management, Supply Chain, and Quality process are being leveraged within PLM 360.
See how Quality Furniture Company Ltd (QFC) implemented their new-product introduction (NPI) process to help manage the internal-stage gate process to track and manage all of their new sofa designs.
Learn how Inphi Corporation has capitalized on Autodesk PLM 360 software to manage a wide variety of business processes, such as change management, quality management, supplier management, asset management, document control, contract/legal management, and much more.
We will examine the classification feature in depth. In particular looking at creation of a classification hierarchy, class-dependent fields, and classification use in the workspace.
Autodesk PLM 360 software deployment at VACCO Industries illustrates a new, creative, vibrant future of business system integrations and new product development processes. This class will demonstrate a company’s view of going beyond the traditional use cases of product lifecycle management (PLM) systems.
Learn how to go beyond the limitations of mere group-based precondition scripts and instead provide permissions on an item-by-item basis. Learn how to expose the current status of your items at every transition, thereby providing greater and simpler reporting.
Behlen Mfg. Co. will demonstrate how they use Autodesk PLM 360 software workspaces, from receiving a building order all the way to the building being assembled on the job site. This class will also include the functionality of the Autodesk PLM 360 software app for mobile devices.
– Brian Schanen, PLM Product Manager