⬇ Create product listings
Currently, an end user has to find or request digital twin content such as Bill of Materials from vendors separately. After receiving a Bill of Materials document in PDF format, the end user may then spend over 20 hours manually entering data into enterprise asset management solutions such as IBM Maximo Asset Management.
The IBM Digital Twin Exchange is a ecosystem for end users to easily search and access many different types of digital resources related to assets. Upon purchasing your digital twin, if the digital twin is compatible with IBM Maximo, an user may import digital twin into IBM Maximo (view demo here). Ultimately, end users would be able to save time, as well as better understand and optimize the performance of installed assets.
Listing your content at the right price will help to reach your customers, and the right price might depend on your business priorities, pricing strategies, market dynamics, and more. If you are not sure how to price your content, you can look around on the Digital Twin Exchange for similar content to get an idea of what other content providers are charging. You can also talk to your end users to gauge their willingness to pay and the right price point. Finally, you are welcome to book a session with our IBM Consultants to go over different pricing options.
Here is a list of sample content that we are currently accepting from content providers:
An Export Classification Number is a five-character alphanumeric key used in the Commerce Control List (CCL) to classify U.S. exports and determine whether an export license is needed from the Department of Commerce.
We require third parties to provide the export classification of their items listed on the IBM Digital Twin Exchange. Please obtain advice from your legal counsel or consultants familiar with this regulatory area.