Migrating Agile and other PLM Applications
into Oracle PLM Cloud
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Migrating Agile and other PLM Applications into Oracle PLM CLoud

Date & Time

  Wednesday | Nov 13, 2019 | 02:30 to 3:00 PM EST = 11:30 to 12:00 AM PST  


Currently migrating Agile, Enovia, Team Center, PTC, and other On-premise PLM systems into the modern Oracle PLM Cloud is a complex task. We have a simplified approach to migrate this data without the need for programming.

The success criteria for this migration includes:

  1.  Data Acquisition – Structured: PLM Master Data, Transactional Data (Both Open and Historical), Unstructured: Attachments, and Drawings.
  2.  Data Cleansing – Item Unification etc.
  3.  Data Enrichments – Restructuring of Bills of material structure
  4.  Move the clean data into Golden Hub: Helps the business user to visualize the clean complete data for validation and approvals.
  5.  Migrate the data into Modern Oracle PLM Cloud Application.

We will also showcase a great case study from an OEM Company who successfully migrated their legacy PLM Systems (over 10 applications) comprising of Agile 8.5, Agile 9.x, Team Center, SAP PLM, Oracle PLM etc. into Oracle PLM Cloud 19c.


  1.  Define the PLM Data Migration Problem
  2.  End to end: Data Migration Solution for Oracle PLM Cloud from Legacy On-premise PLM applications
  3.  Case Study from a global manufacturing company
  4.  Demonstration of the solution


Peter Robinson

Peter Robinson - Director of Strategic Accounts - PLM

Persistent, results-driven executive with 10+ years in PLM data movement, data enrichment, systems integration (on-premise, SaaS or hybrid). Strategic leader for ChainSys West Coast operations.

Sundu Rathinam

Sundu Rathinam - Cheif Solution Architect

One of the founders of Chain-Sys, Sundu Rathinam has over 25 years of experience in the field, Sundu is recognized an Functional and Technical guru & belongs to an elite group of people that are indispensable tothe industry. He has helped solve countless technical challenges for fortune 500 companies, which are now adopted as industry standards.