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Breaking Down the Silos:

How Systems Architecture Enables Interdisciplinary Collaboration  


With the ever-increasing complexities of today’s systems, organizations struggle to address the interdisciplinary collaboration across a product’s entire lifecycle. This is because the collaboration must extend beyond the traditional BOM-driven and mechanically oriented physical structures. It must embrace functional aspects of the system that are allocated and cross-optimized across multiple disciplines whose data models today reside in individual silos.

Read more about the first steps in breaking the silos of data isolation in this white paper. 

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