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Siemens' IPP&E solution is designed to help companies in the aerospace and defence industry gain competitive advantages to win and execute programs in a more effective and profitable manner.

Siemens Launches IPP&E Solution For Aerospace And Defence

Siemens Launches IPP&E Solution For Aerospace And Defence

Siemens Digital Industries Software’s Integrated Program Planning and Execution (IPP&E) solution is designed to help companies in the aerospace and defence industry gain competitive advantages to win and execute programmes in a more effective and profitable manner. Siemens’ IPP&E solution provides a systems approach to programme planning and execution by integrating cost, schedule and technical requirements in a fully planned, resourced and budgeted programme management software solution.

Today’s aerospace and defence companies face increased cost and schedule pressures on as they execute on new programs. Companies need to provide accurate and complete bids to reduce proposal expenses and risks, and help control programme costs and schedules during program execution. A common and reusable approach to project planning uses historical data to improve basis of estimates by evaluating historical costs, schedule and risks, improving the accuracy of bids and business cases and drive improvements in overall programme performance.

Siemens’ new solution enables aerospace manufacturers to start new programmes quickly by reusing experience, risks and artefacts from past projects through a common work breakdown structure. Estimates can be created based on past performance, integrating cost, schedule, requirements, processes, inputs, and outputs for a complete work package definition. It provides a single source for all programme estimating and execution information, including risk and opportunity management to successfully deliver programmes in the current environment, ultimately improving profits, reputation and the ability to invest in and win new programmes.

 

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