14 February 2013
Eurostep has announced that it will be holding PLCS training days on 7-8 March in Stockholm, Sweden.
PLCS is the only standard to address the requirements of product support throughout the complete product life cycle, from concept to disposal. It provides data independence in relation to processes, systems and formats.
Eurostep helped develop PLCS standard, which extends the ISO 10303 STEP standard from the design and manufacturing domains into the product support domain.
The one-day training option – held on 7 March – provides an executive overview, explaining the business issues and providing a roadmap for adopting PLCS.
The two day training option – held on 7-8 March – provides a technical walk-through, which presents the background to PLCS and explains the concept. The focus is on an in-depth technical description of the information model and guidance for its implementation.
Register for either events or for more information about the training, contact Eurostep.
Add a comment
Review and add comments to this article:
to add your comments
There are currently no comments on this article
Prime focuses on Microsoft technology in manufacturing, exploring issues from PLM and the supply chain, to plant floor visibility and lean manufacturing.
Finance on Windows is Microsoft’s quarterly enterprise customer magazine for the financial services sector, covering banking, capital markets and insurance.
Speak provides a quarterly digest of news, features and case studies focusing on challenges faced by retail, hospitality and consumer-focused businesses.
Touch is the latest addition to the suite of Microsoft industry publications and the new authority on public sector activity within the EMEA region.
The Financial Services Global Outlook 2012-2015 is an essential resource for those looking to identify solution providers in banking, insurance and capital markets.
The Manufacturing & Resources Global Outlook 2012-2015 is a leading authority on Windows-based solution providers in the manufacturing and resources sectors.
The Distribution and Services Global Outlook is a yearly publication that profiles Microsoft technology partners in the retail, consumer goods and services industries.
The annual Public Sector Global Outlook is an invaluable resource for companies in the sector seeking to leverage their investment in Microsoft solutions.
The Communications Sector Partner Guide is Microsoft’s official printed directory of partners serving the EMEA communications sector.
To find out more about advertisement opportunities online and in our suite of Microsoft industry magazines visit the OnWindows.com Partner Zone
Terms and conditions
Privacy & Cookies