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Demystifying CAD vs PLM Data Migration: Stay Sharp Episode 31

In Episode 31 of Razorleaf’s Stay Sharp podcast, Demystifying CAD vs PLM Data Migration, hosts Jonathan Scott and Jen Ferello are joined by special guest Annalise Suzuki. As the Vice President of Technology and Engagement at Elysium, a company focused on 3D data operability, Annalise is an expert on “the devil in the details” of data migration. Jonathan, Jen, and Annalise discuss the differences between CAD and PLM migration, their similarities and differences, and some best practices for preparing and managing your data conversion project.
Juliann Grant
May 9, 2024

More About CLM, Part 2: Stay Sharp Episode 29

In Episode 29 of Razorleaf’s Stay Sharp podcast, Configuring Success: Unpacking the Essentials of Configuration Lifecycle Management, Part 2, hosts Jonathan Scott and Jen Ferello continue the conversation they began in Stay Sharp Episode 27, Configuring Success: Unpacking the Essentials of Configuration Lifecycle Management, Part 1.
Juliann Grant
April 28, 2024

When Life Happens to Partnerships: Stay Sharp Episode 28

In Episode 28 of Razorleaf’s Stay Sharp podcast, Partnerships – When Life Happens, Part 2, hosts Jonathan Scott and Jen Ferello continue the conversation they began in Stay Sharp Episode 24: Choosing the Right Partner. This time around, they specifically address what happens to partnerships when scope changes, relationships change, and things go differently than expected—whether that’s good or bad.
Juliann Grant
April 26, 2024

Bridging the Gap between Engineering and Manufacturing with Aras MPP

With many manufacturers, there is a lack of integration between manufacturing process planning, EBOM, MBOM, and work instructions. Manufacturing process plans and work instructions typically operate in silos that are disconnected from product development. These gaps create challenges in traceability and make it challenging to keep data synchronized – directly impacting product quality, costs, and time to market.
Dennis Lindinger
February 25, 2021

What is Product Obsolescence?

Obsolescence management in PLM tracks the natural or artificial obsolescence of parts or materials in a product. It is critical to know how such elements as mean time between failure (MTBF) or other product data points will affect the manufacture or maintenance of a product
Derek Neiding
August 27, 2019

Why Can’t I Use SharePoint for PDM/PLM?

In my conversations with clients and prospects this is a question I frequently get asked. At its surface, SharePoint seems like an equal to PDM/PLM. It has the ability to manage files, file access and revisions. It has the ability to track meta data about files or records and it has a workflow engine. Isn't this basically what a simple PDM or PLM system do?
Derek Neiding
April 25, 2019
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