Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) at Lascom is a “single version of the truth” that provides a collaboration backbone for new product development for companies and their extended enterprise.
Project Lifecycle Management (PLM) can be defined as a collaboration platform that maintains globally accurate project knowledge for a dispersed team.
Program lifecycle management (PLM) can be defined as a strategy using a comprehensive collaboration platform for complex system design.
Implementing a PLM software is not only a better way to improve project or product lifecycle management but also a business strategy. Our goal is to provide our customers a global view, dashboards and metrics on their product or project portfolios.
Lascom develops and deploys comprehensive PLM software solutions that manage the complex business processes and information associated with document, product, project, and complex systems. These advanced PLM solutions help project and product based companies to more effectively manage:
Information complexity, which results from the large number of information types, sources, properties, and inter-relationships upon which such activities depend
Change, whose impact often cascades across many different business processes and data elements with often not well understood effects
Risk, that comes about when errors or omissions in such activities can cause significant adverse financial, legal, and brand image consequences
Lascom is not only a customized software platform but a dedicated team of experts that address specific market segments such as processed foods, consumer packaged goods, engineering firms or utilities, or aerospace defence companies. Our PLM solutions and expertise are adapted to the very specific needs of each of our market segments.
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