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PLM consists of ?

Hello Team,

I have some confusion in PLM section, my general doubts are may be basic but just to be clear please help me.

1) PLM- PS, PLM-PM, PLM-QM are these each separate modules with separate consultants working in each section.

2) I understand PS, PM, QM were separate modules with respective consultants but SAP has put all together under PLM umbrella recently. Am i correct.?

3) What all the concepts which come under pure PLM? or if i am using wrong terminology correct me.

4) DMS, ECM, VC, EHS, C folders and C projects all these come under exactly which module?

Please guide me on the same.



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    Former Member
    Feb 02, 2012 at 11:52 AM

    Hi Sai,

    Check the below link, will be helpfull to you.


    yawar Khan

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    • Hi,

      please have a look at the PLM Curriculum at SAP Education - this will clarify things.


      "Lifecycle Data Management" is what we consider "core PLM". Drill down into this area.

      Then, we have PPM, QM, and EAM as adjacent areas. In addition, EH&S Management, especiall Product and REACH Compliance, is part of the broader PLM solution offering.

      For the most part, all capabilities can be used directly within ERP, or as a standalone PLM solution with native integration to the SAP Business Suite.

      Regards, Ulf.