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Webinars: PLM Open Hours

Our PLM Open Hours offer you a balanced mix of theory and practice, at our usual high standard. Our webinars are aimed at all PLM, process, product and marketing managers. Take part in our next PLM Open Hour:

Product data for digital sales communication (in German)

Marketing and communication must offer products efficiently and in a customer-specific way. While catalogues, the company website and trade fairs used to dominate, release campaigns, marketing automation, product newsletters, microsites and various apps are now frequently used. In order to bring the product closer to the customer, an optimal user experience is required across all channels and customer touch points.

These product lifecycle management requirements can only be met inadequately with the classic silos (PDM, ERP, PIM, DMS, CMS). This is why, for example, so-called headless systems have been developed, which fit seamlessly into a modern application landscape for the definition and maintenance of product data.

In this PLM Open Hour you will get to know tools and architectures and learn how to publish product data, descriptions and images integrated into your content via various media and channels.

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Past PLM Open Hours Topics (in German)

PLM Open Hour: With networked product data to the smart digital sales process

In order to meet the growing customer requirements, manufacturing companies are increasingly relying on "Smart Sales " and are designing their sales process for their customers in a digitalized way. Because customers want:

An end-to-end digital sales process reduces the time-to-market or time-to-customer, increases the quality of the products and strengthens customer loyalty.

In this PLM Open Hour you will learn about the advantages of a smart sales process for the customer and the company and how such a process could be designed.

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"With PLM to the successful service business"

or: How to achieve added value with your service management in the context of PLM.
For many companies, the service business accounts for approximately 20 percent of total revenue. For the most innovative companies, this figure often amounts to more than 50 percent of profits. The basic prerequisites for this are: efficient customer management and customer loyalty. Because customers buy above all when they are satisfied with the additional services. This is the case, for example, when: a high level of availability is ensured, spare parts are delivered quickly or help is quickly on site. In this webinar you will learn what PLM has to do with this and what measures you can take to make a successful service business possible. 
Speakers: Svenja Lutz, Lukas Haas

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"Requirements Management: Benefits in the context of PLM and how it can be integrated into PLM"

In this webinar, you will learn what requirements management means in the context of PLM, what added value you can achieve over the product lifecycle by means of requirements management, and how requirements management tools can be integrated into PLM and what needs to be considered for successful PLM integration. Speaker: Christian Bacs

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Machine Learning, AI, AI, Deep Learning and where to use it in PLM

In this webinar you will learn what Machine Learning, AI, Deep Learning means for the machine and plant engineering sector and how you can use/deploy artificial intelligence in PLM.

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"Interfaces are complicated, that's why I can't do the digitalization!"

This is a typical view on interfaces and digitization. In this PLM Open Hour Intelliact shows you with practical examples where the real problems lie. Get to know possible solutions and understand how easily interfaces are implemented today. With relatively little code, you can "fetch" information for further processing. With the right architecture, you can achieve flexible and fast interfaces.

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