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PLM software in the cloud delivers smart products

By Blake Snodgrass

Product lifecycle management (PLM) software helps design and develop smart products.

PLM helps manage the digital twin efficiently to bring innovative products to market faster to:

  • increase collaboration, 
  • increase reliability and
  • reduce risks.

View the PLM infographic to learn more.

PLM on the cloud SaaS

PLM cloud software-as-a-service (SaaS) provides fast results with quick, cost-effective delivery, accelerating time-to-market. It also increases collaboration and reduces risks by taking control of cross-domain designs across mechanical, electrical, electronic and software design tools. 

Learn about the PLM fundamentals outside of design data management, as it assists in satisfying customer requirements and delivering products on time and on target.

Product Lifecycle Management uses cloud technology to increase reliability, reduce overhead, lower cost, and provide global access. PLM on the cloud also goes further by making data available anywhere on any device, adopting cutting-edge technology while enhancing cost-effectiveness and reducing resource needs of information technology (IT).

PLM delivers value on the cloud for quick, cost-effective access for people anytime, anywhere. 

Siemens software solutions

Siemens Digital Industries Software is driving transformation to enable a digital enterprise where engineering, manufacturing and electronics design meet tomorrow. 

Xcelerator, the comprehensive and integrated portfolio of software and services from Siemens Digital Industries Software, helps companies of all sizes create and leverage a comprehensive digital twin that provides organizations with new insights, opportunities and levels of automation to drive innovation.

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