Sun Tzu posits, “Every battle is won or lost before it’s ever fought.” When it comes to product lifecycle management and product data management (PLM/PDM) adoption in your company, no truer words have ever been spoken. Setting the executive stage, preparing and scoping the project(s), and defining key adoption milestones and criteria are crucial components to transforming your organization into a global manufacturing juggernaut. Experts from Autodesk, Inc., will teach you how to approach the definition, scoping, estimating, and adoption of PLM/PDM processes in your organization. Take a behind-the-scenes tour of how Autodesk Global Services approaches helping you get there with Fusion Lifecycle software, Vault software, and our many authoring tools. Your competitors are all chasing “design anywhere, build everywhere.” We’re here to help you get there first! This session features PLM 360 (now Fusion Lifecycle), Fusion Lifecycle, and Vault Professional.
Executives, engineering directors, and grassroots advocates trying to make PLM/PDM happen for them.
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.
Attend this class and learn about functionality within Fusion Lifecycle (formerly known as PLM 360) that you might not be aware of, but could improve your process and throughput. This session features PLM 360 (now Fusion Lifecycle) and Fusion Lifecycle.
This class will explain Fusion Lifecycle software’s (formerly Autodesk PLM 360) native support for connecting cloud, on-premise, social, and mobile technology without changing its existing architecture and site configurations—all accomplished with very little administrative effort. We will demonstrate how a product lifecycle management (PLM) site administrator can configure the built-in Evented Web features, and extend such needs programmatically to effortlessly and in real-time interconnect data, people, and processes with numerous other business solutions. This session features PLM 360 (now Fusion Lifecycle) and Fusion Lifecycle.
This class aims at providing insights on how users can readily use Fusion Lifecycle software to manage their CAD and other relevant data on the cloud with the assistance of a central storage repository that not only manages file properties, but also caters to assembly references and various renderings available for that data, which the user can upload using our very own in-house solution: the connected desktop. The class will also focus on the other new cloud product data management (PDM) features that Fusion Lifecycle software has to offer, and how our users can utilize these capabilities to achieve their goals. In addition to that, the class aims at focusing on an integral solution that we have always striven toward—how Fusion Lifecycle software and A360 cloud-based services collaborate, in unison, to obtain cohesiveness and fluidity for a seamless user experience. This session features PLM 360 (now Fusion Lifecycle), A360, and Fusion Lifecycle.
In this class, we will cover the basics of implementing your or your customer’s business process in Fusion Lifecycle software. This session features PLM 360 (now Fusion Lifecycle) and Fusion Lifecycle.
The low-hanging fruit—also known as a quick win—is an improvement that is visible, has early benefit, and can be implemented quickly after commencement of the project. It’s imperative at the beginning of projects to look for the low-hanging fruit in your cloud solution to show a return early. Picking a low-hanging fruit means early delivery, which retains stakeholder interest—and this, in turn, encourages buy-in, adoption, and subsequent subscription renewals. This class will look at the criteria for the low-hanging fruit, and investigate the benefit of starting with a quick win. We will keep the class interactive with a lot of participant engagement. This session features PLM 360 (now Fusion Lifecycle) and Fusion Lifecycle.
This class will review how your company can achieve true process improvement by methodically analyzing your As-Is process, and identifying redundant steps, bottlenecks, missed activities, and so on. Design a streamlined To-Be process that incorporates decision-making automation of business logic, and enable Fusion Lifecycle software to manage your logic-driven process. This class will be a technical review covering the Fusion Lifecycle application scripting frameworks and API. We will expose students to workspace modeling and scripting techniques that will enable them to automate and streamline their product lifecycle management workflows. This session features PLM 360 (now Fusion Lifecycle) and Fusion Lifecycle.
Join us for an introduction to the various capabilities of Fusion Lifecycle software (formerly Autodesk PLM 360). Learn the basics of how the system works, and gain an understanding of how you can model your unique business processes in Fusion Lifecycle. We will show and discuss the new modern interface versus the classic interface, as well as look at how to navigate related data, manage a bill of materials, and walk through a change process/workflow. We will also discuss how various departments in your company can maximize their product development process. This session features PLM 360 (now Fusion Lifecycle) and Fusion Lifecycle.
In this hands-on lab, we will teach you how to effortlessly upload and access your data in the Autodesk cloud. But getting data into the cloud is only part of the story; you’re going to want to do something with it. Being a Fusion Lifecycle software user, you will use that data to work through Fusion Lifecycle workflows. We will do all of this through a brand-new cohesive and fluid experience that you have to see! Come to this lab to take a spin through the new Fusion Lifecycle software and cloud product data management (PDM) experience. This session features PLM 360 (now Fusion Lifecycle) and Fusion Lifecycle.
This class will cover scripting in a product lifecycle management (PLM) environment with specific focus on: achieving automation in the workflow by pushing workflow transitions; enabling certain users to push workflow transitions, setting values in workspaces when transitions are pushed; utilizing the dashboard with workflow-based programming; and emails at certain points in the workflow. Workspace automation—spawning related workspaces and setting values in related workspaces on save. We will also cover the basics of data integration in the Fusion environment using Jitterbit. This session features Fusion Lifecycle (PLM 360) and Jitterbit.
Your company uses Fusion Lifecycle software to collect and manage data. But capitalizing on your data to make informed decisions quickly is vital for business success. Learn best practices for using reports to make better decisions. This session will help you to build reports using Fusion Lifecycle software's built-in report functionality, and you’ll learn to extract data for real-time decision making on both workstations and your mobile devices. We will cover out-of-the-box reporting, custom functionality, and best practices for creating the best experience for your stakeholders across your company. This session features PLM 360 (now Fusion Lifecycle) and Fusion Lifecycle.