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− Overview of Business Process Model for joint PLM and SCM Source: Authors

− Overview of Business Process Model for joint PLM and SCM Source: Authors

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Modern organization paradigms within manufacturing enterprises have arose in last years, like Agile Manufacturing and collaboration, in order for enterprises to increase their productivity and be more competitive in front of shorter due dates and increasing product qualities required by customers. Most previous works on PLM and currently available...

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