I have been looking into PLM systems, and although I believe that the PLM should be a bridge between the electro-mechanical development and SW development, it seems that none of the PLM solutions provide anything close to the capabilities of an Application Lifecycle Management tool. Do the PLM companies have any good recommendations/integrations to get a good workflow between PLM and ALM? Both PLM and ALM solutions will typically have some "change management" system at it's heart ... so how would you get the two of them to work together to get the "single version of the truth"?
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