Optimizing the engineering life cycle requires digital transformation
Produced in association withIBM
Today’s engineers are facing a dramatic shift happening in industries like automotive, aerospace, and electronics. Competitive pressures to bring products to market faster, slash development costs, maintain quality standards, and out-engineer and out-innovate competitors are forcing companies to fundamentally change the way engineering teams work. Customer and market demands are driving the need for companies to overhaul their old methods for newer, more agile processes that optimize the entire engineering life cycle. This paper explores these challenges and dives into real-world scenarios of industry leaders who are successfully and positively disrupting the market.
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