M3UA Expert Forum: Has COVID-19 Changed Your Product Lifecycle?

1st of July 2020

How has COVID-19 challenges such as social distancing, remote working, supply chain disruption, and market uncertainty affected your product lifecycle management (PLM)? Is your product or your product lifecycle geared to face the challenges posed by COVID-19? Will your PLM ever be the same?

Sign up for the on-demand webinar hosted by the M3 User Association (M3UA), discussing questions surrounding collaboration challenges such as product innovation, design, specification, release, and the future of PLM in the “new normal.”

Our speakers also share real-life examples on their experience with PLM solutions.

Sign up below to receive the link and watch the webinar on-demand.

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