Dassault Systèmes launches new Perfect Production solution

Sean Dudley
Sean Dudley
By Sean Dudley on 18 February 2016
Dassault Systèmes launches new Perfect Production solution

Dassault Systèmes has launched a new industry solution experience for the consumer packaged goods (CPG) and retail industry.

Perfect Production – based on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform which runs on Microsoft technology – will help modern CPG manufacturers improve their plant efficiency, productivity and flexibility thanks to the solution’s powerful digital manufacturing operations management applications.

Many CPG and retail companies face daunting consumer demand challenges in what is a competitive marketplace, with new goods having to be delivered on time and with the necessary quality. Perfect Production provides real-time visibility, control and synchronisation of business processes performed by plants and suppliers to help companies face these challenges.

The solution allows manufacturers to create a common set of operational standards. These can be managed holistically and globally, and can be improved going forward to meet local market and customer needs.

The new solution experience provides CPG manufacturers with accelerated new product introduction, a reduced cost of quality, reduced inventory, and a consistent consumer experience. Further benefits include a synchronised and coordinated flow of information, and rapid recognition and correction of quality issues.

“CPG has one of the highest business complexities of any industry, and this in the context of a volatile marketplace where 80% of new products fail within their first year,” said Philippe Loeb, vice president of consumer packaged goods and retail industry at Dassault Systèmes. “With Perfect Production, companies can improve efficiency, lower costs and accelerate new product introductions. Some of our customers have already saved millions and seen triple digit growth among their product mix and markets thanks to leaner operations.”

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