The Product Lifecycle Management division is a leading European supplier of
software and services for design and product data information. The division’s
system solutions help companies design products and streamline their processes
by compiling and managing data throughout as product’s entire life cycle, from
development to recycling.
The division’s operations are conducted via the subsidiaries TechniaTranscat and Intrinsys, which was acquired in 2017.
Like TechniaTranscat, Intrinsys is a Dassault Systèmes partner and also the UK’s largest supplier of PLM software and support services. The division’s major markets are the Nordic countries, the German-speaking areas of Europe and the UK, with growth also in the rest of Europe and the USA.
The Product Lifecycle Management division is a global provider of software and services to customers with a need to innovate products and maintain related information throughout a product’s entire lifecycle, from research, development and design to production, sales, training, aftermarket and recycling. With such information compiled and conveniently accessible in a PLM system, lead times can be shortened and resource management can be optimised at the same time that it is easier to follow up environmental, quality and safety requirements, for example.
The software provided by the division is based on its partner Dassault Systèmes’ platform for design, simulation, production and product data management complemented by a wide range of proprietary peripheral products and services.
Customers are in industries such as telecom, manufacturing, automotive, construction, civil engineering, pharmaceuticals, medical technology and energy production. In pace with rising demands for rapid innovation and customer-unique product development, a growing number of apparel, retail and service companies have been turning to the PLM concept. Examples of customers include Dräxlmaier, EDAG, Edwards, European Spallation Source ESS, Geberit, Honeywell, Husqvarna, Jula, Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace, London Taxi, Parker Hannifin Corporation, Rail, Seco Tools and Stadler.
Competitors consist of other PLM software companies with own sales organisations, such as Siemens and PTC, as well as other Dassault Systèmes partners. In larger system integration projects, companies such as Tata and Accenture are competitors.
The division’s competitive advantages include world leading knowledge about Product Lifecycle Management and close collaboration with customers combined with a regional presence in several countries.