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A case study: maturity assessment of product lifecycle management (plm) implementation in Malaysia automotive components manufacturing company

Abu Bakar, Nooh and Lim, Teck Loon and Kow, Mee Yee and Yip, M. W. (2015) A case study: maturity assessment of product lifecycle management (plm) implementation in Malaysia automotive components manufacturing company. International Journal Of Innovative Computing, 5 . pp. 1-4. ISSN 2180-4370

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Abstract

Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) adoption is very important for companies to sustain and stay competitive in market particularly to the organizations that involving from design to manufacturing. However many companies struggle with implementing PLM because PLM is rather a concept than a system, as its main purpose is to increase product collaboration for effective product innovation with integrated streamline business processes across all functional departments to achieve operational excellence. In order to improve these challenges, maturity assessment for PLM is carried out prior to the actual implementation permitted to define the effective PLM strategic roadmap in according to the current environment condition. In this paper, case study and maturity assessment for local automotive components manufacturing company was conducted. The results are discussed in the theoretical and empirical aspects. The finding showed the importance and practicality of the PLM readiness to the companies. The assessment required to be comprehensive to cover the readiness of (1) data readiness, (2) process readiness and (3) people, culture and IT infrastructure. In general, the PLM maturity assessment is a useful and beneficial tool in the implementation and development of PLM framework.

Item Type:Article
Subjects:A General Works
ID Code:60073
Deposited By: Haliza Zainal
Deposited On:24 Jan 2017 10:54
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