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New Product Lifecycle Management Solution for Process Manufacturing

To help organizations shorten product cycle times, increase productivity, and lower costs associated with product innovation, Oracle released a new version of Oracle’s Agile Product Lifecycle Management for Process.

Agile Product Lifecycle Management for Process 6.1 helps customers analyze and act on product lifecycle management (PLM) data to better manage products throughout their lifecycles and across the global product network.

“To effectively manage innovation, process manufacturers need tools in place that can efficiently support both strategic and operational decision-making,” says Joe Barkai, research vice president, product lifecycle strategies, IDC Manufacturing Insights. “By helping turn product lifecycle management data into valuable and actionable insights, the new release of Agile Product Lifecycle Management for Process can address this need by supporting all aspects of the decision-making process. This is a powerful value proposition that will help customers achieve a range of business benefits that should ultimately reduce the risks associated with innovation.”

New Features for Insights and Productivity

Enhanced capabilities in the new release include
  • New product lifecycle analytics module. By integrating performance management, operational analytics, and reporting in one package the module gives business users up-to-date information to enhance fact-based decision-making.
  • New user interface and productivity features. An intuitive, modern user interface offers Web 2.0 usability features, role-based views, and smart navigation. The new user experience is optimized for power users and simplified for casual users in order to improve productivity and reduce data entry by up to 66 percent.
Learn more about Oracle’s Agile Product Lifecycle Management for Process.

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