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Data classification and library management to improve asset utilization

Why is PLM data classification and library management important? Most new product offerings today, and many if not all continuous improvement programs, include numerous design elements that have already been used in earlier products. Typically, these re-usable elements constitute a large majority of the new offering’s design content. Hence, the ability to quickly locate data for re-use can provide a positive impact on your product development process, and can be key to reaching your product time-to-market and innovation goals. Teamcenter® software’s classification and library management enable your company to manage previously created product definition data in digital libraries and re-use this data in new product initiatives or continuous improvement programs. With Teamcenter, you can build hierarchies, classes, and attributes into classification definitions so that design engineers can quickly find design elements for re-use. Manufacturing engineers can also use these capabilities to evaluate alternative and substitute parts before finalizing their designs.

Data Classification and Library Management

Why is PLM data classification and library management important? Most new product offerings today, and many if not all continuous improvement programs, include numerous design elements that have already been used in earlier products. Typically, these re-usable elements constitute a large majority of the new offering’s design content. Hence, the ability to quickly locate data for re-use can provide a positive impact on your product development process, and can be key to reaching your product time-to-market and innovation goals. Teamcenter® software’s classification and library management enable your company to manage previously created product definition data in digital libraries and re-use this data in new product initiatives or continuous improvement programs. With Teamcenter, you can build hierarchies, classes, and attributes into classification definitions so that design engineers can quickly find design elements for re-use. Manufacturing engineers can also use these capabilities to evaluate alternative and substitute parts before finalizing their designs.

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