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Published By: Dassault Systèmes     Published Date: Sep 22, 2017
The business models of Aerospace and Defense manufacturers often derive revenue from a number of sources including aircraft and completions as well as aftermarket business. The shop floor affects two of these key sources of revenue. In order to grow the business organically, while maintaining margins, the enterprise needs to deliver more, through the implementation of unprecedented levels of flexible production. Download this white paper to find out how the unique capabilities of DELMIA make it possible to manage change along the value stream, from engineering design to shop-floor work instructions.
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aerospace, aviation, manufacturing, product development, plm, product lifecycle management, automation, data
    
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Published By: OpenText     Published Date: Sep 27, 2017
Many companies today are looking for ways to improve their aftermarket service and support processes, as this is a key way to help improve customer satisfaction levels. Ensuring that field service teams have access to a complete digital representation of a product or piece of equipment can significantly improve the uptime and ongoing maintenance of serviceable products.
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opentext, manufacturing, serviceable products, digital
    
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Published By: OpenText     Published Date: May 26, 2017
Many companies today are looking for ways to improve their aftermarket service and support processes, as this is a key way to help improve customer satisfaction levels. Ensuring that field service teams have access to a complete digital representation of a product or piece of equipment can significantly improve the uptime and ongoing maintenance of serviceable products.
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opentext, manufacturing, aftermarket, service, support
    
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