Industry Leaders Share PLM Insight

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Some of the biggest names in industry—from high-tech and medical devices to industrial equipment—are using Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) to get ahead of the pack. Their stories help us better understand PLM and how it can streamline the product lifecycle. Take a look at some of our favorite video highlights:

AGCO manufactures sustainable, highly customized and built-to-order farming equipment for a diverse global farming community. It’s also experienced exponential growth over the last 20 years. Eric Froebel, director of global engineering processes and architecture at AGCO, explains how the company uses PLM to simplify global product development and manage data integration and product complexity, quality, and compliance.

Lenovo is a $21 billion personal technology company and the world’s second-largest PC vendor, operating in 60 countries. Find out why PLM plays a vital role in innovation and international collaboration.

Stryker is one of the world’s leading medical technology companies. PLM at this company drives product quality and reduces costs through a single source of product data.

At Weatherford, product data management, global collaboration, and PLM help make “design anywhere, build anywhere” a reality.

AGCO, Lenovo, Stryker, and Weatherford will be sharing the keys to their global success at this year’s PlanetPTC Live. See a keynote presentation from AGCO as well as sessions from Lenovo, Stryker, and Weatherford on a variety of topics.

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