PLM for CPG - Consumer Packaged Goods

Consumer Packaged Goods & Retail

End-to-End PLM Solutions for Consumer Packaged Goods

Adaptive provides an end-to-end PLM solution for consumer packaged goods to optimize processes from formulation, package design and artwork to labeling, sourcing, compliance, and manufacturing.

Customers have high expectations of the products they purchase – this extends to the product packaging as well. Companies must continually seek better packaging that meets ever-changing compliance requirements, in addition to customer expectations. These expectations range from brand identity and sophistication, to ease of use and sustainability in packaging. The only way to stay on top of this ever-changing environment while delivering products on time and within budget is to incorporate a product lifecycle management solution into the world of consumer packaged goods.

Packaged goods must communicate to the consumer from the shelf all that the brand demands – in an instant. Ensuring that all components of the package – from artwork to shape and packaging materials are all in line with brand messaging is another critical component that needs to be managed through PLM.

Adaptive’s PLM solution provides tools to manage the complex processes throughout the consumer packaging process – from design to construction.

The Value of the Perfect Package PLM Solution

  • Cut design time up to 50%
  • Reduce material and design costs 30-50%
  • Virtually eliminate costly packaging-related recalls and quality incidents
  • Accelerate expansion into new markets at a fraction of the cost

This video shows how retailers can virtually define the physical retail shopping experience by first defining a furniture retail space layout. Once defined, the consumer shopping behavior can be simulated. Merchandisers can then follow this “plan” to create actual displays.

This video shows how a sales agent can work with a consumer to configure a furniture purchase. It allows the sales agent to create a “space” that is similar to the consumer’s existing home and then add new furniture to it.