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Product Lifecycle Management in the Telecommunications Industry: A Critical Perspective for Survival and Success

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The Center for Intelligent Supply Networks (C4ISN) School of Management The University of Texas at Dallas

With worldwide revenues exceeding $1.2 trillion dollars annually, the Telecom industry is one of the largest, serving the needs of an increasingly global and interconnected world. It is also one of the more complex industries due to the following characteristics:

• Multiple products and levels: The product, in the eyes of end-users, is becoming an “experience” that is based on the delivery of voice, video, and data as an integrated package across mobile and fixed infrastructure which, deconstructed reveals multiple layers of hardware, software, and services.

• Rapid technology innovation (and obsolescence): While convergence creates new opportunities for growth through innovation, competition is intense as companies race to gain first-mover advantage — which accelerates obsolescence at all levels.

• Fragmented supply chains: Far from the days of the vertically-integrated monopoly of the past, today’s typical Telecom supply chain is a highly fragmented global operation where multiple enterprises (and supply
chains) must collaborate to design, develop, and deliver a coordinated experience.

PLMC

Taken together, these characteristics underscore the fact that Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) in Telecom is a multi-dimensional topic. The intent of this paper is to explore these dimensions and help the reader gain a broad perspective of PLM in the Telecom industry

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Written by astimen

November 25, 2009 at 6:07 am

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  1. i want to this type of news

    rajib Sarkar

    December 9, 2010 at 10:13 am


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