On Thursday June 19th we were fortunate enough to have one our clients participate in a webinar sharing with participants what they are doing to get the most out of the Oracle Agile Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software. Interestingly enough, what they are doing to get the most out of Agile actually has nothing to do with Agile. It has everything to do with how they structure their team and make role assignments.
Whether you are a PLM admin, Business Analyst, IT manager, PLM integration manager…actually any role that somehow connects to your PLM, this would be of interest to you. We were able to simply summarize what they are doing into three bullet points.
- Keep your team focused on how they impact the business.
- Find expert support options to fill in the gaps so your team does not get easily distracted from impacting the business.
- If you choose to outsource the job of filling in the gaps, choose them like you would a full-time employee. Screen for expertise, turnover rates, ramp up time, flexibility, culture etc.
If you would like to watch a recording of the webinar, read the transcript, or download the slide deck – click here.
Migrating PLM data from a completely cloud based solution may not be as easy as you would think – until now.
We’ve heard from many Arena PLM customers who are experiencing rapid growth, that they require a PLM that can better scale along with their growth. Yet as they request their PLM data be exported for migration, some find timeliness may become an issue. Additionally, that data is not necessarily able to import into a format readily conducive to the new PLM.
As part of our Data Migration Center, Domain Systems has created specifically for Arena clients a pre-built service to make migration away from Arena to Agile PLM, rapid, simple, and stress free. We can discuss with you some of the pitfalls relating to such migrations and the advantages of using our service to accomplish them.
If you would like your companies’ innovation, R&D and supply chain systems to keep pace with sales and marketing – Call Domain Systems to learn more.
Please contact us at (801) 447 – 5723.
Domain Systems is pleased to announce that we are experiencing significant growth and expansion with our Oracle Agile PLM implementation and variety of Agile adapters. To accommodate our growing needs we have added three new positions to our company.
John Evangelista – Sales
With 8 years of experience working at Agile, John steps into sales as our now most experienced Agile sales person. John was most recently the Director of Sales for “Givezooks!, an online solution for non-profit fund raising. Before that, he sold as an account executive at Infor. We look forward to the seasoned expertise John brings with him to Domain. Connect with John on LinkedIn.
James Keddington – Marketing Director
He has experience in a very wide array of marketing from online media to business development and pretty much all in-between. He was most recently a freelance Marketer working with a variety of companies. He has also filled marketing roles for FranklinCovey, American Heritage Life and others. He is currently the President of the Utah Chapter of the American Marketing Association which puts him at the forefront of marketing trends. Connect with James on LinkedIn.
Brandon Kasteler – Business Development
Brandon is a student at Weber State University, to graduate in the fall of 2014. Brandon has worked as a Business Development Coordinator since 2011. Which has included reputation management on the internet and lead and contact management. He also has website creation and support experience as well. Connect with Brandon on LinkedIn.