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Quickly Reveal Cost Reduction Potentials with Nonlinear Performance Pricing (NLPP)

Webinar na żądanie | 44 min.

Find out which of your thousands of parts have the potential for cost reduction or are overpriced.

Quickly Reveal Cost Reduction Potentials with Nonlinear Performance Pricing (NLPP)

The fierce cutthroat competition and the pressure to innovate keeps the cost factor in the automotive industry as an essential factor that decides about success and failure. Procurement professionals in the automotive sector must identify and realize potential savings, even in the most challenging market environment. At this point, a systematic approach that brings transparency into the data jungle is essential.

The cost and value analysis solution Teamcenter Product Cost Management, which uses a bottom-up methodology, is complemented with the new module NLPP (Nonlinear Performance Pricing). NLPP is a unique tool that compares the prices and manufacturing costs of components, assemblies, or products with performance characteristics. NLPP shows you which of your purchased or manufactured parts, assemblies, or products have a good or bad price-performance ratio. In our live webinar, we offer an introduction to NLPP.

The webinar covers:

  • Introduction to the NLPP method and how it finds the best target-price formula out of your data and what you can do with it (Predictive Costing). We cover NLPP’s unique features and benefits.
  • Demonstration of the NLPP tool identifying parts with a good or bad price-performance ratio in seconds (HotSpot Analysis). We show how to make use of NLPP’s best-practice, market, and worst-practice benchmarks as well as
  • Outlook how NLPP target-price formulas are integrated into Teamcenter Product Cost Management to speed up cost and price estimates using this new predictive costing approach.

Meet the experts who discuss NLPP:

Robert Muench

CEO, Saphirion AG

Robert M. Münch is the CEO and inventor of the software. Besides studying computer science at the TH Karlsruhe and the University of Hagen (Germany), he has more than 20 years of experience as a management consultant and IT management in large corporations. During one of his previous activities as CTO, he invented around 40 "processor architecture for reconfigurable computing" patents.

Thomas Muskalla

Product Manager, Teamcenter Product Cost Management, Siemens Digital Industries Software

Thomas Muskalla has joined Siemens PLM Software in 2015 and is Product Manager for Teamcenter Product Cost Management, including Product Costing, Tool Costing and Profitability Calculation. He has over 12 years’ experience in software industry with focus on automotive, machinery and high-tech. His experience includes working as a software engineer, several years of management consulting in harmonizing business processes and IT system landscapes and building up a standard product with successful market launch within a startup organization.