The current digitalization of industry provides companies with a fantastic opportunity: To create products tailored to each individual customer under industrial conditions. Industry 4.0 and all its manifestations are for the first time enabling companies to be incredibly flexible and work very closely to the customer, while continuing to take advantage of industrial systems and structures.


For the consumer, digitalization is ultimately synonymous with a return to individuality, which for a long time had taken a back seat to low-cost, mass-produced products.
In order to make this happen, internal company processes must be integrated as closely as possible with the information technology that is currently available. And it should be done consistently across the entire lifecycle of a product, taking into account the complete supplier chain. And precisely that is the challenge.


Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) links the systems like CAD, CAE, CAM, MES etc. to the items that generate the most money for an industrial enterprise: its products.
Market research, product design, preliminary development, series development, testing, manufacturing, sales, after-sales services, and recycling: these are the stages through which a product passes during its lifetime and where it is constantly being changed. That makes PLM an essential discipline within digitalization.


Existing system breaks and data silos
Huge amounts of data
Consideration of individual skills and personal working environment
Flexibilization of production facilities
It is important to act as close as possible to the customer in all process steps


At PITERION, our approach is to use our years of industrial expertise across several sectors to determine and implement optimal solutions for our customers. This has involved developing partnerships with large and established system providers in order to gain a detailed understanding of their powerful solutions. We also work as a technology scout with a number of specialists in the areas mentioned above, integrating their solutions into our customers’ industrial environments depending on what is required. We use numerous prototypes to test promising solutions in order to determine their suitability for the industry. We are already testing today what will be successful tomorrow for our customers!