Prior to becoming a single entity, HP and Compaq had well-established PLM initiatives that were thrust together by one of the largest mergers in corporate history. How did HP come to grips with getting all relevant information to the right people as fast as possible? Now over two years later, did these PLM activities help realize design and supply chain savings?
If you have a fragmented landscape supporting your product lifecycle information, or have the prospect of a merger or acquisition in your future, this eBroadcast will help smooth the ride.Fred Landis
, Program Leader, CRM, Frost & Sullivan
The subject of product lifecycle management has become a significant issue from not only the marketing department but to customer service and the logistics organization as well... More »
Don Borgal, Director Global Operations IT, Hewlett Packard
During the merger of two of the worlds largest high tech companies Don Borgal’s responsibilities included the adopt and go decisions around the Product lifecycle management (PLM) processes and technology... More »
Gareth Evans, Global Product Lifecycle Management & Collaboration, Hewlett Packard
This presentation will describe how the large PLM implementation within corporations can be securely extended to remote sites, joint ventures.. More »
What You Will Learn
. Shared insight into the decisions taking place at the time of the HP/Compaq merger and the
continuing evolution of PLM.
. How HP is making tough lessons learned available through its Technology Solution Group