L&T's Shipbuilding Installs PLM Solution

Friday, March 16, 2007
L&T will adopt integrated PLM solutions from Dassault Systemes for its heavy engineering division. The solutions will integrate L&T's stand-alone design automation and project management tools, increasing efficiency and savings potential across the division.

DS's end-to-end PLM solution will be implemented by L&T's IT arm - L&T Infotech. L&T will apply DS's solutions to processes for the shipbuilding business segment. The deployment includes: CATIA, for designing the virtual product; ENOVIA VPLM, 3D collaborative virtual lifecycle management for highly complex products, resource and manufacturing processes; and ENOVIA MatrixOne, collaborative product development business processes for enterprises.

This is the first end-to-end implementation of a recently established partnership between Infotech Limited and DS. Infotech Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro Limited and has signed an agreement with DS to provide consulting, development and implementation services around DS's end-to-end PLM portfolio. Source: CXO Today

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