The new PLM application from think3 is flexible, modular and based on an independent web platform. This makes it ideal for companies who need to share information in real time with their branches, customers and suppliers.
Milan – Consolidated experience in the product development sector has enabled think3, a multinational currently celebrating 30 years of activity in the CAD and PLM sector, to develop a new state-of-the-art PLM (Product Life Cycle Management) application. TD PLM is a new web-based suite which encompasses the entire product life cycle, from concept right through to EOL disposal. The suite is rapid to implement through a series of independent steps with predefined costs and with a ROI which can be calculated during definition of the implementation project.
TD PLM enables the management of information, processes and human resources with a simple and effective approach. TD PLM is modular and easy to personalize making it the ideal tool for the technical design office and other enterprise environments which need to manage parts lists, CAD documentation, design processes, product maintenance and spare parts and assistance services.
Users can access a centralized database via Web Clients, world-wide, without having to install other applications. Security is guaranteed with single sign on (SSO) procedures. The system can be accessed over internet via a standard web browser. There are no software installation or maintenance costs.
Thanks to a task driven approach, system users can access any updated item of data in real time right from the word go. The innovative task driven system guides users, even the less expert, step-by-step through PLM activities on simple web pages. This feature is particularly important in cases where the user wants to make full use of the power offered by a web-based PLM by giving controlled access to its data to outside offices, customers and suppliers.
TD PLM has been developed with the very latest technology. The system is based on three-tier architecture with web-based clients and integrates easily with most ERP, MRP and CAD systems because it uses the same graphic user interface (GUI). This feature greatly improves collaboration with company departments and businesses using other tools.
TD PLM innovative functions
• Web GUI – all activities (data inputting and outputting) are handled using a web browser
• Task Driven GUI – the graphic user interface is easy to learn and use; this reduces training costs and stimulates user motivation
• Administration console – provides a powerful administration tool for centralizing configuration, personalization and administration activities even where various PLM systems are implemented
• Built in localization tools - TD PLM is designed for simultaneous use anywhere in the world. The user interface can be localized using the international settings (language, currency, time zone, date) and content such as descriptions and headings can also be entered, searched and consulted in various languages. Each field or keyword in TD PLM can be translated into any language or alphabet
Reasons for choosing TD PLM
• Based on a secure, independent Web 2.0 platform
• Rapid implementation with zero impact on existing organization and IT. Customers are operational in less than six months and receive 24/7 support and online training
• Perfectly integrated with CAD and other systems at the GUI level so that users do not have to switch backwards and forwards between one application and another
• Quick and easy to learn, rapid ROI
• Secure SSO (single sign on) access
• No IT maintenance required
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