Product lifecycle management (PLM) is a strategic business approach that applies a consistent set of business solutions in support of the collaborative creation, management, dissemination, and use of product definition information across the extended enterprise, and spanning from product concept to end of life-integrating people, processes, business systems, and information. PLM forms the product information backbone for a company and its extended enterprise. Product Design Life Cycle Training Curriculum Customer Product View, Requirements gathering, Requirements creation, Requirements Review, Requirements freezing, Requirements signoff. Management Budget estimation, Project schedule preparation, Timeline estimation, Recourses estimation, Man, Money, Machine, Material, Development process identification, Manufacturing process identification, Certifications and relative approvals processing plan, Product delivery plan, Change request management, Product tracing at each stage, Getting the Feedback from all customers, Product improvement plans. Research & Development Requirement locking, Technology readiness review, Possibilities and challenges, Identifying the key design aspect of product, Identifying the alternative designs, Design of product which meets are requirement, Design review, Development plan, Test Plan, Implementation, testing, Integration testing, Requirementstrace at each stage of development, Documentation. Certification / Compliance Identifying the key certifications based on the market place, Testing the product based on the certification requirement, No Objection Certificate – NOC. Marketing Identifying the best vendors, Marketing strategies, Educating the marking persons. Maintenance/Customer Support Maintenance documents, Installation documents and procedures, Troubleshooting procedures, User manuals, Warranty and guaranty periods. Live Project execution Full fill all the course context in a single project.