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Katelyn Wilson

PL21346: Living the Lifestyle of Lifecycle: Setting Yourself up for Success with Fusion Lifecycle

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Understand the best practices for a productive Fusion Lifecycle discovery
  • Recognize what data to gather and how it relates to PLM
  • Identify who should be involved in the discovery
  • Learn how to visualize the end goal

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Product lifecycle management (PLM) projects involve many people who have different competencies and goals for the project.  Gathering relevant data about your business processes can be one of the most difficult tasks for the consultant helping you build your system.  You will learn what information is and is not important for preparing for a successful Fusion Lifecycle implementation.  You will be provided tips on how to see the end goal and understand the implementation process.  You will receive the knowledge necessary to be prepared before, during, and after the implementation from both an implementer’s stance and an end user through a customer case study.  You will become knowledgeable on what data is valuable to prepare and provide to your consultant before and during implementation and then see these items related back to the functionality in PLM.  In the end, you will know what information you should seek to provide to enable your consultant to deliver a Fusion Lifecycle solution that fits your business needs.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Fusion Lifecycle Implementers, Supply Chain, Engineering, Quality, Managers

Speakers

Speakers

Katelyn Wilson

Katelyn French is an industrial engineer and process improvement specialist for Advanced Solutions, Inc. She graduated from the University of Louisville with her BSIE in August of 2015. Prior to graduating and her employment at Advanced Solutions, French performed co-op rotations in 2 manufacturing businesses, where her roles revolved around process improvement. Her responsibilities with Advanced Solutions include Fusion Lifecycle software implementation from presales to postcompletion support, and administrator essentials training. She has been involved with projects of various sizes and she enjoys learning and implementing Fusion Lifecycle software. Her responsibilities also include Slot3D (economic-based slotting software) implementations and training, as well as workflow simulation implementations that are performed to provide process analysis and process improvements.

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Tags

Published

  • 2016
  • PL21346
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • PLM 360 (now Fusion Lifecycle)
  • Fusion Lifecycle

Industry

  • General Manufacturing and Product Design

Topics

  • PLM and Data Management