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Agile PLM is a complete product lifecycle management suite, though most
companies I've seen using it seem to concentrate on it as a document
control/electronic signoff system. It operates on a concurrent user license, so
you buy enough logins to cover the number of people you expect to be working in
it at the same time. The last version I worked with came as both an installable
app (mostly used by the admins) and a web-based portal.
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From: "McLauchlan, Kevin" <Kevin -dot- McLauchlan -at- safenet-inc -dot- com>
So, Gene, you have experience with Agile PLM?
Does everybody who ever breathes on a project document
need an expensive license to do so?