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The PLM market continues to evolve rapidly, due to the product, demand, and market complexity that exists, as well as 3rd Platform Technologies such as cloud. During this evolution over the past 10 years, there has been much discussion around the “democratization” of PLM and product innovation.


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Over 190,000 people from all over the World, including President Barack Obama, converged on Hannover, Germany, April 25th through 29th for the 2016 Hannover Messe industrial conference. This years event consisted of over 5,200 exhibitors spread across 17 conference halls broken down into 5 focus areas: Digital Factory, Energy, Industrial Automation, Industrial Supply, and Research & Technology.


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Information Transformation in Manufacturing

By Kimberly Knickle

Manufacturers are working hard to unlock the value of information that comes from their own operations, partners, customers, suppliers, and social networks. Based on that information, the most advanced can optimize business decisions, predict or guide outcomes, and develop new capabilities and products with sophisticated analysis and embedded intelligence. We've developed the IDC MaturityScape for information digital transformation in manufacturing across five key dimensions:
•Data discovery
•Value development
•Value realization
•Knowledge and collaboration
•Information architecture (IA)


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  • Manufacturing Day, E…
    Kimberly Knickle says:
    Good question.  I think manufacturers are working to retain those employees that are willing to change with the business and with the technology that's increasingly part of their everyday life.  But no data to prove that theory, unfortunately.
    4 months ago
  • Manufacturing Day, E…
    delger says:
    Kimberly,
    Based on the data shared above, how important is it for Manufacturers to engage and retain their current employees?  And are you seeing a trend in that regard?
    4 months ago
  • Webcast: The Importa…
    Jeff Hojlo says:
    Antony,
    Thanks for your comments - agreed.  Nice article, and I look forward to our next conversation.
    Best Regards,
    Jeff
    5 months ago
  • Webcast: The Importa…
    Antony Bourne says:
    Jeff,
    I agree with your comments in the webcast and also am of the same opinion, and think that manufacturers need to take small steps on this journey since it is not an on/off switch that they need to use, but a process in which they make improvement after improvement since a lot of learning will happen along the way.
    I also have written a blog…
    5 months ago

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