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Webinar: Do we need to integrate PLM and Execution Systems? Isn’t ERP Enough?

iBASEtblogWebinar: Do we need to integrate PLM and Execution Systems? Isn’t ERP Enough?

Jun

13

Webinar: Do we need to integrate PLM and Execution Systems? Isn’t ERP Enough?

integration webinar

About the Speaker: Conrad Leiva, VP Product Marketing and Alliances at iBASEt, started his manufacturing career in 1986 at McDonnell Douglas (now part of The Boeing Company). Over the last 20 years, Conrad has helped streamline the paperwork and information flow among Engineering, Quality, Production and Supply Chain disciplines in manufacturing and MRO operations with many companies, including Boeing, General Dynamics, and Gulfstream.

To kick off iBASEt’s bimonthly webinar series, our very own Conrad Leiva, VP Product Marketing and Alliances, will be presenting on how to leverage new technology solutions for the manufacturing supply chain and operations.

In Conrad’s webinar: “Do we need to integrate PLM and Execution Systems? Isn’t ERP Enough?” he will discuss the importance of creating a completely integrated system, which will improve communication and visibility.

Sign up to understand:

  • The need for better integration among Engineering, Supplier and Operations business processes to accelerate product innovation, while maintaining product quality
  • How the integration of current information systems is providing a complete PLM Execution strategy for manufacturers of complex products
  • Integration scenarios among Windchill PLM, Creo/View, Supplier Quality Management (SQA), Manufacturing Execution System (MES), and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) software solutions

Plus, you won’t want to miss the informative discussions on engineering processes, including engineering change management, engineering change requests, engineering disposition for non-conformances and engineering corrective actions.

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