Want to attend two popular PLM events where you don’t have to worry about a dress code? You don’t have to fret over finding a date? You don’t have to travel?
Well, you’re in luck, dear friend. Arena has two webinars that you can conveniently attend virtually.
On Tuesday, October 6th at 11 am PDT, join Arena’s Director of Solution Consulting George Lewis and Executive Vice President Product Management & Chief Strategy Officer Steve Chalgren for a webinar offering a complete overview of Arena’s integrated robust suite of cloud-based product lifecycle management (PLM) and supply chain solutions; attendees will also discover how to maximize their PLM investment by leveraging the all new Arena Analytics, a cloud-based Business Intelligence (BI) solution.
To address increasingly complex modern product design challenges of innovative companies (ranging from Nutanix to GoPro), Arena has extended their integrated suite of PLM solutions to have a wider impact on the new product introduction (NPI) process.
Arena’s increasingly enhanced and extended PLM capabilities have resulted in richer — but untapped — NPI product and process data. Arena Analytics was designed to mine this design data to better identify supply chain health, bottlenecks, opportunities and risks.
Sign up today and — in addition to witnessing the power of Arena Analytics — learn why Arena’s entire suite of PLM and supply chain products are:
• Relied upon by the top medical device companies to meet increasingly stringent compliance mandates.
• Leveraged by the world’s top electronics companies to reduce bill of materials (BOM) errors.
• Lauded by editor in chief of Sourcing Innovation as “the solutions the PLM industry has been missing.”
Attendees who join will understand why you don’t just invest in BOM management…you should invest in an integrated PLM suite of solutions.
Do frustrating version control problems, product errors and costly launch delays wreak havoc on your design cycles and processes? Wish you had answers to stop the chaos? Grab your popcorn and candy, no shoes required, and we’ll answer these questions and more during our PLM webinar hosted by Electronic Design.
On October 14th from 11 am – 12 pm PDT, join Tom Quinn, LightSail Energy’s Supply Chain Manager, Tony Lockwood, Founding Editor of Desktop Engineering, and Alan Goodrich, Solution Consultant at Arena Solutions, for a webinar offering best practices for streamlining design processes and accelerating engineering cycles.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how LightSail Energy overcame the complications inherent in paper-based design processes to achieve the following results:
• Eliminated change order miscommunication, shortages during development, and part redundancies.
• Enhanced visibility into delivery times.
• Accelerated time to manufacturing by eliminating manual BOM processes.
• Increased quality traceability.
Additionally, attendees will hear from Lockwood on the importance of executive visibility into the design processes. And Goodrich will highlight Arena PLM's BOM management solution along with its project management and business intelligence modules, and demonstrate how they have enabled other manufacturers to streamline design cycles and get to market fast.
These webinars are about empowering you with the solutions and best practices that can maximize your business results; for instance, in the case of LightSail, the ROI with Arena was immediate. “I’d say my time has been cut in half using Arena PLM BOMControl,” said Quinn. “When I was using Excel, it took me twice as long to get the information that I needed. With BOMControl, the way we have it set up, I get it almost instantly. So I can update it instantly. Our high level challenge is getting the technology to work out and then getting the product to be able to reliably use that technology. BOMControl has been a godsend for us.”
So attendees put that suit away, push that rolodex aside, and sign up today for two webinars that promise to be the BOM. Oh, both events are free to attend and recommend that you BYOB (Bring your own BOM) questions.