SAP PLM Enterprise Product Develop­ment

To support cross-company collaborations in product development, SAP offers the SAP Enterprise Product Development solution. For specification data and recipes, special solution scenarios are available for the process industry. 

SAP Enterprise Product Development’s goal is to quickly exchange relevant data between business partners and to use workflows accelerating joint product development steps. The development of sustainable, successful products with high quality is achieved more quickly thanks to the new end-to-end processes. 

A prominent use case is the exchange of supplier specifications for raw materials and packaging. These can be exchanged as a document or as a data record. By using the SAP cloud platform, data exchange between business partners has reached a new level. For raw materials, these jointly developed specifications enable an optimal development of new recipes and products. 

The SAP Enterprise Product Development Platform can also be used successfully to collaborate with agencies in the field of artwork design. 

The exchange of specifications and recipes is also conceivable in order to improve the data exchange with contract manufacturers.

Why you should choose
SI PRO

SI PRO has been advising on SAP PLM solutions since the earliest versions were released, and offers the most comprehensive level of best practice know-how.

 

Our consultants are familiar with specific issues, business processes, the latest SAP solutions, technologies, and appropriate procedures.

 

We can support you throughout your project’s entire life cycle, from analyzing your requirements to project planning, implementation, and maintenance.

 

Business Contact Managing Director
Lutz Dannemann
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Christian Illius
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