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SAP PLM Vs Other PLMs

Hi,

Does anybody have information about the short comings which SAP PLM has vis-a-vis other PLM's?

I would be interested in getting the same.

Rgds

Anil Acharya

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2007 at 04:05 AM

    Hello,

    Comparing SAP-PLM with Teamcenter (main competitor to SAP) the major thing in Teamcenter is data exchange between two sites. The collaboration of data betwen two/multi sites with transfer of ownership is major feature not suitably available in sap.

    It is extremely easy to send data - i. e. your item data alongwith assemblies to another site/s with ownership, in SAP there is feature of transfer between two content servers by using transports which is not so easy for any average sap user however in teamcenter any user with simple command can do this.

    There are other features available in sap which are better than Teamcenter.

    Anirudh,

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      Hi Sridhar..

      I am replying to one of your old thread. In your message you mentioned that SAP PLM is not good at CAXX integration. Is it CAD integration

      Please help me to understand in which functionalites, SAP PLM can not be integrated as other PLM software does?

      Do you have any dos specifiying list of functionalities possible with sap plm and limitations of sap plm....

      do you have any customer case study where u come across...

      Currently we are evaluating using sap plm or pdmlink, where our concern was cad integration.

      your inputs will highly help us in taking decission on this, which is due by next monday

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