Openness, best-in-breed application, replacement of legacy systems etc., the situation arises from time to time that one system is to be replaced by another. Depending on how central the system is, breaks in digital process chains are usually the result.
Since OpenCLM merely links resources, it remains unaffected by this. And so, the user do not notice. The links are replaced in the background and users simply continue to work.
As the project manager you can
- continue working and do not notice a system switch
As an engineer you can
- concentrate on the replacement of a system and the migration of information
As a quality manager you get
- forget about potential downtimes
- enforce system switches