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Neil Barker

LO-DM01: Building a Highly Integrated Management System in Fusion Lifecycle

(Duration 47:24)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Understand the relationships between many business objects
  • Design business processes with strong interrelationships
  • Visiualise how to implement your own business process in Fusion Lifecycle
  • Recognise the importance of having all master data in a single environment

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

The class will introduce Advanced Oncotherapy and its complex proton therapy solution product. It will then explain how all the master data associated with this, as well as the majority of the business management processes, have been realised in a highly integrated and fully-customised implementation of Fusion Lifecycle which is closely linked to the company's ERP system with which data is shared on a real-time basis. This integration of business processes is designed to meet the requirements of the demanding ISO13485 standard for medical device regulatory requirements.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Business Executives/Corporate Managers, Process Engineer

Speakers

Speakers

Neil Barker

Neil Barker is a chartered engineer with a broad-based engineering background and around 20 years of involvement in quality and regulatory affairs. He has been the architect of numerous business processes and seeks to implement these in integrated systems to reduce the risk of process failure as far as possible. Some of his business processes have been described by third-party auditors as being "world class." He has trained as an auditor to ISO9001, AS9100, and ISO13485.

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Tags

Published

  • 2017
  • LO-DM01
  • AU London

Software

  • PLM 360
  • A360 Team
  • Inventor
  • Revit

Industry

  • Life Sciences Manufacturing

Topics

  • AutoCAD and General Design
  • Business Management
  • CAD Management and IT