Oracle has introduced Agile Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) for Process to support strategic and operational decision making and collaborative innovation.
Agile PLM for Process 6.1 includes integration tools, web services library, process and UI plug-ins, and rich business extensibility layer to help customers extend the offering quickly and safely to meet emerging business needs without costly customisations and delivers a new product lifecycle analytics module to helps customers turn PLM data into valuable and actionable insights.
The Agile PLM for Process 6.1 is a part of Oracle’s Agile PLM offering that enable companies to accelerate product innovation and maximise product profitability by managing the information, processes and decisions about products throughout their lifecycles and across the global product network.
With Agile PLM for Process 6.1, companies can shorten cycle times, increase visibility and productivity, lower costs and reduces risks associated with product innovation.
The new offering for Process 6.1’s enhancements include: a new product lifecycle analytics module; new user interface and productivity features and safe and powerful extensibility.
New product lifecycle analytics module helps enable ad hoc business reporting to empower business users with the information they need to make informed, fact-based decisions and the new user interface and productivity features includes an intuitive, modern user interface with Web 2.0 usability features, role-based views and "smart" navigation.
The new APIs, touchpoints and extensibility features provide a safe and productive way for Oracle customers and partners to extend the value of PLM investments.
Oracle Product Management vice-president John Kelley said in order for an innovation offering to be successful it has to deliver value across all levels of an organization, from end users to IT administrators to executive management.
"With the new release of Oracle Product Lifecycle Management for Process, we are delivering improved value for all key users: a role based web 2.0 UI for the end users designed to improve usability and productivity; a rich extensibility layer for system administrators and IT to safely configure and extend the system; and a new analytics module to support strategic and operational decision support for management," said Kelley.
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