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eBook: Connecting the Value Chain to Accelerate New Product Introduction

Engineering designs that include a high percentage of procured-in components and sub-modules from external companies is the responsibility of a broad product stakeholder network. This network faces a number of challenges. Chiefly, the amount of procured-in content means the procurement department is heavily involved in the design process, and that can lead to confusion when it comes to communicating with design engineers.

So, how does a firm solve this problem?

One solution is to implement a product lifecycle management (PLM) system. But with so many PLM systems on the market, how does a firm choose the product that is right for their use?

In this eBook, a PLM solution called Upchain is reviewed.

In this eBook you will learn:
  • What Upchain is.
  • How Upchain can make product development easier.
  • How Upchain can make it easier to reference and communicate design data.

Complete the form on this page to download your free eBook. Your download is sponsored by Upchain.

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