Customized PLM Documentation Overview

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Maximize the ROI of Your PLM Investment with Customized PLM Documentation Is your organization embarking on a PLM initiative? Documentation is an essential, but often overlooked step in the PLM implementation process. Documenting the proprietary ways in which your PLM system integrates with other in-house applications, workflows, and processes helps to ensure that your business transformation initiative is adopted consistently across the organization. Companies may use PLM differently based on their unique business needs, yet many seek similar benefits, such as productivity gains, optimized processes and workflows, reduced waste, faster product development cycles, and more robust innovation. PLM documentation can help organizations attain these goals. ASCENT can help. | | TF: (866) 527-2368 | T: (434) 817-7908 Customized PLM Documentation We work with numerous clients to create custom documentation to support PLM implementations. Reasons why clients choose ASCENT: • In-depth PLM knowledge. ASCENT understands key PLM concepts and can create documentation that blends the relevant concepts with your specific workflows and processes. The result is wider adoption and more consistent usage of PLM principles. • Technology expertise. ASCENT's knowledge is not limited to a specific PLM software solution. PLM workflows tend to be similar at the highest level and we can work with the platform you have selected. The same goes for whichever CAD, ERP, or CRM platform your PLM system may connect with. If you have a Learning Management System, we can work within that platform to create a truly customized experience. • Experienced documentation professionals. ASCENT has over 20 years of experience developing professional technical documentation. Our multi-disciplinary team of specialists are skilled in technical writing, 3D modeling software, multimedia development, engineering, project management and instructional design. • Collaborative and comprehensive project management. ASCENT follows a 6-step PLM Training Development process and works closely with clients throughout every phase of the documentation project. • Learning materials available in a variety of formats. In addition to printed documentation, ASCENT can create interactive custom eLearning courses with quizzes and software simulations built into the lessons so users can see the big picture of how certain processes relate to other processes. The user experience is not only engaging but fun, leading to better software adoption and projects that are delivered on time and on budget. Pitfalls of creating documentation internally: • Insufficient resources • Limited in-house knowledge of PLM • Lack of expertise with documentation best practices

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