Organizations invest significantly in engineering teams, software tools and technology to support every engineering discipline. But how well are those design tools and processes working together? How well do they work with other parts of the business?
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn more about integrated lifecycle management for electronics. You'll learn about leveraging digital transformation to collaborate without boundaries and:
Effective integrated lifecycle management improves product development performance and accelerates schedules by cutting redundancy and roadblocks while increasing communication and collaboration. Data-driven change management with traceability is essential for system development as it equips designers and decision-makers with the information they need. Best-in-class companies leverage integrated lifecycle management to drive every decision.
Disconnected systems, inability to share change history, or unsuccessful attempts often hinder the implementation of end-to-end traceability. With increased product complexity comes additional decision points for design, benefits of data-driven product management include:
With end-to-end traceability, product teams can see relationships between user needs, system requirements, design requirements, design specifications and the impact on eBOM, mBOM and processes.
Tech-Clarity finds that almost a third of engineering time is wasted on non-value-added product data management tasks. As products grow more complex, it's becoming more challenging for disconnected design teams to keep up. Teams that work in silos won't be able to compete in today's electronics market. Digitalization breaks down the barriers for design teams to start and stay integrated throughout the product development process.
Teams can continuously improve using a single source of information and streamlined processes for managing all aspects of the product from concept to end-of-life. The impact of integrated lifecycle management isn't limited to design teams; manufacturing and service can innovate too.