CIMdata White Paper (白書)2007年


Teamcenter Express

  • “Rapid cPDm Deployment for Mid-Sized Manufacturing Companies”
  • November 2007
  • Executive Summary抽出 - Teamcenter Express is the core product data management component of the UGS Velocity Series—a set of preconfigured and easy-to-deploy design, manufacturing, and data management solutions. Siemens PLM Software (previously known as UGS) positions the UGS Velocity Series as supporting a company’s move to 3D; a move that can be accomplished at the company’s own pace. Siemens PLM Software (Siemens) has designed this offering specifically to address the product design through manufacturing planning needs of small- to medium-sized companies (i.e., mid-market companies) in the following industrial segments:
    • Mechanical machinery and equipment
    • Electromechanical
    • Consumer electronics
    • Consumer product
    • Automotive components
    • Tool and mold shops that support the above industries
  • (上記、抄訳)Teamcenter Expressは、UGSのVelovity Serieの核となる製品データ管理のコンポーネントで、事前設定済み(preconfigured)で設計と製造部門への展開が容易なデータ管理ソリューションです。シーメンスPLMソフトウェア(Siemens PLM Software、従来はUGS)は、企業自ら3次元化を推進しようとしている企業への支援策として、UGS Velocity Seriesを位置付けています。シーメンスPLMソフトウェア(Siemens)は、次のような業種の中堅企業(例えば、ミッドマーケットの企業)で特に製品設計から製造計画のニーズに対応するためにこのソリューションを企画・開発してきました:
    • 機械装置並びに設備
    • エレメカ製品
    • 家電製品
    • コンシューマ製品
    • 自動車部品
    • 上記業界を支える工具や型製作会社

Transform Product Development with Comet’s Early Simulation Solution

  • A Key to Product Success
  • September 2007
  • Introduction - Manufacturers worldwide continue to be pressured to improve productivity, lower costs, compress delivery times, and enhance the quality of their products. Meanwhile, innovation of both products and internal processes is considered by business leaders to be essential to enterprise success. A recent survey by Boston Consulting Group shows that for 90 percent of manufacturing executives “…generating organic growth through innovation is essential for success.” Further, “Business and technology leaders say the most critical factor in their company's success is innovation—far outweighing wage and tax issues.” 1 The collaboration process in product development is a key enabler for creating innovation. Among the initiatives that help companies to more effectively collaborate to develop innovative products are product performance simulation solutions. In fact, the earlier these simulations can be done, the greater impact they can have on the product’s performance and the company’s success.

Dassault Systèmes’ PLM Solutions for the Mid-Market

  • Solutions for Mid-Sized Companies through CATIA PLM Express and ENOVIA SmarTeam
  • September 2007
  • Introduction - While Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) as a strategic approach has been validated as essential for large enterprises around the world, mid-sized companies continue to face major challenges as they seek to successfully compete in today’s global markets. Large companies increasingly invest in PLM with the confidence that it will increase their effectiveness and their ability to bring innovative products to market. Smaller companies share similar needs as their larger contemporaries and lack the ability to invest in highcost solutions. However, over the last several years, PLM has clearly become more attractive to mid-sized companies both in capability and in total cost of ownership as PLM suppliers have introduced solutions targeted at their needs and financial capacity.

PLM Selection and A Company’s Business Model

  • Selecting the Most Appropriate PLM Solution
  • February 2007
  • Introduction - One of the most significant challenges facing companies in the fabrication and assembly (F&A) industrial segment that are preparing to launch a Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) program is determining what role their Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system should play in enabling PLM. The issue is not whether to implement a PLM strategy, but how and through which enterprise solution (i.e., a PLM-focused application or an ERP application’s view of PLM, or a combination of both).

PLM-Automation Market Evolution

  • The PLM Footprint Steps onto the Factory Floor
  • March 2007
  • Introduction - The recent announcement of the intended acquisition of UGS by Siemens AG has generated an explosion of discussion about the impact that this move could have on both companies involved and on the PLM industry in general. This paper is not intended to assess the acquisition itself because much has already been written about the anticipated impact on the involved companies. Rather, this paper will review the potential impact of this acquisition on the overall PLM market; its ramifications on the market’s evolution, competitive landscape, and overall value to industrial companies.

PLM and APQP

  • How PLM Supports this Key Automotive Industry Initiative
  • March 2007
  • Introduction - This CIMdata white paper describes Product Lifecycle Management’s (PLM’s) role in supporting the automotive industry’s Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) process framework. This framework is generally described as a set of procedures and techniques used to develop products in the automotive industry. As part of this process, automotive companies often include Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) in the implementation of their APQP framework. This paper focuses on how PLM can be used to enable this key automotive initiative and how the ENOVIA MatrixOne Automotive Accelerator™ for Program Management (APQP) supports it.

PLM Selection and A Company’s

  • Business Model Selecting the Most Appropriate PLM Solution
  • February 2007
  • Introduction - One of the most significant challenges facing companies in the fabrication and assembly (F&A) industrial segment that are preparing to launch a Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) program is determining what role their Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system should play in enabling PLM. The issue is not whether to implement a PLM strategy, but how and through which enterprise solution (i.e., a PLM-focused application or an ERP application’s view of PLM, or a combination of both).

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