Teamcenter provides you with the ability to identify, approve, sequence, and validate product enhancements throughout a product’s entire lifecycle. The following shows the basic business process divided into four phases for managing changes. You can configure the business process for your company’s needs.
An incident report documents the change driver. It can be resolved with both short- and long-term solutions and includes the information necessary to confirm and reproduce any problems observed or to document the specifics of a request for an enhancement.
A change solution collector stores the change solution, including the change analyses and captures business decisions associated with the change solution.
A change implementation collector stores the results of the change. It provides a detailed work plan to resolve one or more change solutions.
A change incorporation defines the updated product definition during product build, manufacturing, and construction to produce the updated product.
The industry-independent best practices of CMII are the foundation of the change management business process.
If you want to view an overview of the change manager business process, check out this video.
Also, see Change Manager within the Teamcenter Help Collection, for more information and videos.