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A METHOD TO EXPLORE PRODUCT RISK IN PRODUCT LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT OF CONFIGURED PRODUCTS

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 June 2020

R. Riascos Castaneda
Affiliation:
Roche Diabetes Care, Germany
E. Ostrosi
Affiliation:
Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, France
T. Majić
Affiliation:
Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Diaspora and Homeland, Switzerland
J. Stjepandić
Affiliation:
PROSTEP AG, Germany
J.-C. Sagot
Affiliation:
Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, France
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Abstract

Today high quality and low product development turnaround time are company-wide priorities. Quality supporting processes such as an effective risk management system shall support continuous business running and meeting the goals of an organization. In this paper, an approach is presented on how to integrate the product risk management in Product Lifecycle Management for configured products by definition of an additional software module and its implementation.

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