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PLM project risks

Major PLM project risks and how to mitigate them – Part 2

By | Cosmetic and Food Software | No Comments

Once the project has been properly set on track, it is important to stay alert to avoid it drifting away. There is considerable literature on project management and project management risks so we decided to focus on what we consider as the most critical when we specifically talk about PLM solution implementation projects. We hope you will keep these red flags in mind as they determine whether the implementation will lead to a sustainable end-user adoption or not.

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Premium consumer packaged goods product development

Premiumization of CPG and the impact on product development

By | Cosmetic and Food Software, New Product Development and Innovation, Product Information Management | No Comments

Premium product segments outpacing total category sales in CPG markets shows that consumers’ aspirations and priorities are shifting. And at a time when brand strategy is inseparable from product information, providing transparency to consumers is the minimum thing to do to gain their trust and loyalty.

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PLM ERP integration : softwares

PLM ERP – Why Do You Need to Combine Them?

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PLM and ERP are complementary software that works together to ensure the success of a product. Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) comes first by managing the product development and its processes. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) manages the supply chain including the inventory, pricing, and payments. These are used sequentially to provide the most up to date product data at any time.

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