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Innovation Strategy for Engineering Plant Product Lifecycle Management based on Master Data Management, Project Management and Quality Management
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Innovation Strategy for Engineering Plant Product Lifecycle Management based on Master Data Management, Project Management and Quality Management
Myung, Sehyun;
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 Abstract
PLM system has been widely used in whole industry. Specially, in case of the company that constructs the engineering plant, PLM can be a key success tool for the innovation with ERP and Enterprise IT Systems. This paper describes the innovation strategy for engineering plant PLM including Master Data management, EPC project management, full 3D modeling and quality management.
 Keywords
EPC;Innovation;MDM;Plant;PLM;
 Language
Korean
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