CIMdata Supports the PLM Green Global Alliance

CIMdata’s Sustainability and Green Energy Practice Director Mark Reisig will moderate the Alliance’s coverage of PLM and Green Energy, CIMdata reports.

CIMdata’s Sustainability and Green Energy Practice Director Mark Reisig will moderate the Alliance’s coverage of PLM and Green Energy, CIMdata reports.

CIMdata, Inc. announces its support for the PLM Green Global Alliance (PGGA), an international community of professionals who work with product lifecycle management (PLM) enabling technologies and who are collaborating, educating and advocating for a more sustainable decarbonized circular economy.

In support of the PGGA, Mark Reisig, CIMdata’s Sustainability and Green Energy Practice Director, will lead the coverage of PLM and Green Energy. The goal of the PLM and Green Energy theme within the PGGA is to investigate, educate, collaborate and advocate for using PLM strategies, technologies, and software solutions to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon green energy economy, according to CIMdata.

Mark will also participate, with PGGA co-founder Jos Voskuil, in moderating the PLM and Sustainability theme, which promotes activities that contribute to the United Nations Sustainability Development Goals.

“The primary objective for the PLM and Green Energy theme is to share and promote research, examples, and best practices in a collaborative manner that advances awareness and discussion about the value of PLM in innovating, generating, deploying, scaling, distributing, storing, consuming, and recycling green energy sources,” Reisig says. “These sources include but are not limited to wind, solar, hydrogen, thermal, tidal, and nuclear. We will take forward our objective by creating an agenda that includes discussion panels, articles and blog posts, SME interviews, conference presentations, webinar participation, and cooperative events with other organizations.”

The mission of the PGGA is to develop a global network to foster a coalition between professionals who use, develop, research, market, consult, teach, or support PLM business strategies, technologies, and software solutions that have value in sustainability by addressing the causes and consequences of climate change due to human-generated greenhouse gas emissions (GHG).

“We are pleased to join forces with the PGGA to address the critical intersection of product lifecycle management and environmental sustainability, and how PLM processes and solutions are critical to an organization’s sustainability future,” comments Peter Bilello, president and CEO of CIMdata. 

CIMdata and the PGGA share a common vision of leveraging PLM solutions to create more sustainable and eco-friendly products and services, according to the organizations. Combining CIMdata’s expertise in PLM consulting with the alliance’s focus on green practices, the partnership aims to empower organizations to make informed decisions that align with environmental goals.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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