How to change complex PLM into a simple experience. In a recent CIMdata position paper it was noted that “PLM has its roots in engineering, where everything is a problem that must be solved with a robust, ‘do it all,’ comprehensive solution, often over-engineered ‘just-in-case,’...” In 2020 and beyond, this paradigm doesn't work because the product development environment has radically [...]
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Upchain has posted its fourth and final installment of our four-part series: Simplify, Collaborate, Integrate, and Innovate. Click the link to check out how Upchain is driving Innovation. Everyone strives for innovation. All product developers are innovative yet they often struggle to convert their ideas into actual product features. Innovation is also aspirational, and who doesn't aspire to design and [...]
Upchain has posted its third instalment of our four-part series: Simplify, Collaborate, Integrate and Innovate. Click the link to check out how Upchain is driving collaboration. In the 1990’s it was popular to describe how we balance work and personal life as “work-life-balance”. This phrase assumed work and home to be discrete physical places. Today they often are not. Prior to COVID-19 [...]
This is the second instalment of our four part series on the four tenets of Upchain: simplify, collaborate, integrate and innovate. In 2016, dozens of Samsung Galaxy Note 7’s were overheating, exploding and injuring people. It became such a concern that the phones were banned from being brought on to planes. All of the phones were recalled, a scandal that cost [...]
Simplify, Collaborate, Integrate and Innovate are four ordinary verbs. They are also the four foundational tenets of Upchain that make us different from any other traditional PLM solution out there. We will explain these four unique tenets in a series of posts to highlight how UpChain helps product stakeholders Simplify, Collaborate, Integrate and Innovate better in their ordinary work. In this, the [...]