Environmental Compliance

Environmental Compliance

To stay competitive in today’s market, many manufacturers’ list environmental compliance and product sustainability as key elements for success. To support your environmental compliance objectives, you need a sustainability framework built on a product lifecycle management (PLM) foundation that allows you to phase-out non-sustainable components and materials, and design-in new and innovative “green” ones.

PROLIM’s Teamcenter provides environmental compliance and product sustainability solutions to help you control and trace the material makeup of your products down to the substance level. You can limit the use of hazardous substances in your products and reduce the risk of non-compliance with regulatory directives. While supporting your environmental compliance and sustainability objectives, you can grow your business and build customer loyalty by developing innovative, earth-friendly products.

Benefits from Teamcenter’s environmental compliance solution Facilitates design-for-compliance initiatives Provides product developers with rapid visibility to all compliant and non-compliant. Components Integrates compliance management capabilities into current business processes Minimizes risk of non-compliance Reduces total cost of ownership Minimizes cost associated with excess and obsolete inventory otherwise caused by the use of non-compliant parts

Teamcenter’s solution for environmental compliance enables manufacturers to:

  • Capture a comprehensive set of material and substance data (from multiple supply chain sources) and retain it in the form of product requirements.
  • Capture and trace compliance requirements for specific markets.
  • Track program management compliance milestones.
  • Integrate this compliance-related information into standard Teamcenter-driven business processes, including change management, supplier information processes.
  • Rapidly disseminate a wide variety of standard and customized reports to the manufacturer’s own product teams, as well as to external suppliers and government regulators by using today’s most popular data exchange protocols.