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In my previous post describing the various facets of the EBOM, I mentioned several times classification as an important topic related to the PLM data model. 1,219 more words


The Problem in Our Stars - Yesterday's Data Dictionary

First published on LinkedIn here.

What’s wrong with our current data dictionary?

Let me count the ways:

  1. Presumption of the existence of a single, unified model…
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The importance of a (PLM) data model

Someone notified me that not everyone subscribed to my blog necessary will read my posts on LinkedIn. Therefore I will repost the upcoming weeks some of my more business oriented posts from LinkedIn here too. 1,302 more words


Creating our Data Model

Once we had all of our user stories nicely laid out in Trello, we sat down to create a data model. To be honest, at first we weren’t quite sure what is the purpose of a data model, and why everyone seem to think it’s the greatest thing since salted pretzels. 458 more words

User-Centred Design

Limit of 10 Reports per Dataset/Data Model

Adam W. Saxton

22 Jul 2015 11:52 AM

NOTE: This information is good as of 7/22/2015 and is subject to change.

*** Update ***

I had posted earlier that this was specific to Free users, but it has nothing to do with Free or Pro. 107 more words

Data Is King!

EBOM and (CAD) Documents

In my series of blog posts related to the (PLM) data model, I talked about Product, BOMs and Parts. This time I want to focus on the EBOM and (CAD) Documents relation. 1,095 more words


Products, BOMs, and Parts

As described in my latest LinkedIn post if you want to install PLM successful there are two important points to address from the implementation point of view: 1,092 more words