The Siemens Teamcenter is a solution that has been finetuned to offer a high level of flexibility and concurrent engineering to create a complex bill of materials (BOM). Integrating Product and BOMs is critical to design and manufacture the right products within tight timelines.
In keeping with the critical role our solution plays, we have updated the integration to Siemens Teamcenter PLM (product lifecycle management). It is now available on Microsoft Dynamics 365 release 10. The focus of this integration is on easy compatibility with Teamcenter releases in line with the ‘evergreen’ nature of Microsoft Dynamics 365 release 10. An essential step in this is the uptake of the Teamcenter Gateway for Enterprise Applications as enabler on the Teamcenter side. Doing so, effectively de-couples the integration from changes when you upgrade Teamcenter to a newer version.
We have collaborated with the Enterprise Integration team from Siemens to enable this. The integration provides a scalable and robust solution using the latest best practices and tools supplied by Siemens. The functional concept remains unchanged for this update as it has proven itself over the years in multiple implementations, ranging from single site to large multi-site operations.
The integration supports the flow of products, product structures, and related information out-of-the-box. You require only configuration to enrich the footprint of the integration; you would not require additional coding or development support.
The integration is designed with concurrent engineering scenarios in mind. As a result, it allows a seamless flow of information from the early stages of product development to the phasing out of a product, including all the steps in between.
To-Increase is the leader in integrating PLM and PDM solutions to Dynamics 365. We have been the go-to partner for many years for the Siemens Teamcenter-Dynamics 365 integration. With the changes we have introduced to the integration in this update, it is an even more attractive offering to customers—both new and existing.