PLM and ERP at Autodesk University
Interested in Integrating PLM with ERP? Come to AU to Learn More!
Together, PLM 360 and NetSuite ERP are transforming manufacturing by providing an end-to-end solution that unlocks product innovation while enhancing a company’s operational excellence. This born-in-the-cloud partnership offers the classic Software-as-a-Service value proposition:
- On-demand Scalability
- Lower Cost
- Ease of Use, Access, and Administration
Perhaps the main benefit of such a partnership is the seamless communication between the two systems. No longer will inventory data be “passed over the wall” to help construct a BOM in PLM. Instead, a company can seamlessly access this information utilizing a bi-directional integration.
Early adopters have already realized great benefits, like Memjet, a maker of cutting edge printer-head technology. Memjet’s utilizes PLM 360 to promote collaboration between suppliers and remote work groups as well as streamlining workflow to create an efficient and effective work-process. Memjet’s vision for PLM 360 and NetSuite ERP only serves to enhance these applications by streamlining access to critical inventory and cost information, all while staying in the PLM tenant.
“Leveraging what Autodesk and NetSuite have built on the cloud helps us accelerate our business, get our products out faster, and keep our focus on our products rather than the software.” – Martin Hamelbak, Memjet Director of IT
If you are headed to Autodesk University and want to hear more about how PLM 360 and NetSuite ERP work together to create magic, come attend the following sessions:
- Gavin Davidson, Manufacturing Industry Lead at NetSuite, will be presenting a high-level overview of the PLM 360/NS ERP integration, its value proposition, and some basic workflows that can be orchestrated.
- Jared Sund, Senior Product Line Manager of PLM at Autodesk, will be giving a technical overview of both the PLM 360 connect toolset and the software API. Those who are interested in a technical understanding on topics ranging from creating a basic integration with NetSuite to managing NetSuite suppliers inside PLM 360 should attend this session!
Or if you’re interested in having further conversations about implementing NetSuite ERP with PLM 360, come say “hi” and I’ll be more than happy to put you in touch with the right people.
In the meantime, read more about how Autodesk and NetSuite are transforming manufacturing with this end-to-end, cloud-based solution, or check out Memjet's customer story below.
Looking forward to seeing you all at Autodesk University!
– Ross Millenacker, PLM Product Manager