Oxford, England. December 12 2018 -- After a discussion process involving 25 organisations from 7 countries, the Professional PLM Initiative has published its Steering Group Membership Proposal.
The Steering Group is now being formed. The aim is to hold the first meeting in late January, so that the Group will will drive and direct the work program through 2019.
The overall aim of the Initiative is to establish a recognised Professional Body for PLM by the end of 2020. With an estimated 50000 PLM practitioners worldwide, the Professional Body will need to be for the whole industry. The Steering Group is fundamental to achieving this.
Membership of the Steering Group is entirely open, and PLM practitioners from all types of organisation, in any country, are encouraged to join.
About the PLM Interest Group
The PLMIG was formed in 2004, during which time it has produced neutral methodologies for PLM activities ranging from Benchmarking to Financial Performance. Over the past 12 months the PLMIG has provided the platform to set up the Professional PLM Initiative, which aims to establish a single, worldwide profession for PLM practitioners.
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