Product Lifecycle Management
An effective Product Lifecycle Management solution guarantees the best results in supporting innovation strategies.
It allows the reduction of time-to-market, guarantees regulatory compliance, tracking all the aspects of a product lifecycle, optimizing concretely the value chain.
Sinfo One helps in identifying the best fitting PLM solution according to the customer requirements and takes care of the implementation, with fast and concrete results.
The right PLM solution and Sinfo One’s experience provide assurance of a PLM implementation with a sure and high ROI.
Understading the market, improving the offering, increasing revenues
New customer needs, growing competition, stringent regulations and country-specific: to bring a new product on the market and making profits out of it, it is necessary to consider more variables and evaluate their impact along the whole product life cycle.
Moving from the ideation phase to market availability requires:
- Time and cost optimization
- Data analysis of complex and heterogeneous information
- Full regulatory compliance
This is not a simple task, but a Product Lifecycle Management tool helps getting the results. So you can satisfy both market and shareholders demands.
Best-of-breed PLM software: our proposal
SinfoOne brings to the market the most performing vertical PLM solutions for the process industry: tools such as Infor PLM for Process (Optiva) and Selerant Devex, that manage all the different innovation processes improving quality, ROI, cost-effectiveness.
We are expert system integrators working on both solutions and we’ll guide you towards the most effective tool to provide the customer a better process governance, getting a real competitive advantage.
7 benefits of PLM for process manufacturing
From ideation to production and market availability: creating the best links between the value chain and make execution faster, reducing the time-to-market up to 30%
Defining the regulatory criteria, the rules and policies to adhere to and assure compliance, especially if the products are destined to multiple or heavily regulated markets
Unifying Lifecycle Management you gain visibility over all business processes and get full ingredient traceability in all formulations
Making supply chain management smarter with well-defined precise parameters for quality, characteristics and price for purchased materials, and adapting the vendor list to these requirements
Creating a single source of truth for recipes it’s possible to uniform data and processes, creating standard practices even if manufacturing happens in different plants or for different target markets
Intellectual property protection
Preserving the company patents and know-how profiling all access, defining security rules and authorizations, tracking critical data operations
A centralized management of products lifecycle reduces redundancies, gets rid of inefficient processes and optimizes the use of resources, improving cost-effectiveness
An expert partner to implement the right PLM for your business
We’re qualified IT consultants and system integrators, expert in vertical solutions such as food & beverage and chemicals or cosmetics.
We provide top services starting from the software selection phase: we evaluate the requirements and identify together with the customer the most appropriate solution to address the issues.
During the implementation phase, we make prototyping quick thanks to our know-how.
When the PLM is live, we support customers integrating specific features in the software development roadmap.
10 things you can do with a PLM supported by Sinfo One
- Evaluate costs and potential revenues with what-if scenarios
- Create a single source of truth for all data
- Protect access to critical data
- Integrate workflows along the whole product lifecycle
- Adhere to all regulatory requirements to ensure compliance
- Speed up recipe formulation
- Simplify procurement and supply chain
- Track materials and production processes
- Control task advancement with “stage-gate” methodology
- Optimize product labelling