Implementation Overview

Our experience has shown that gaining an overview of what the ECAD/PLM integration would function like and what advantages it brings to an organization is best seen in a “Hands On” non-production environment.

We have, as a standard deliverable, a one week on site event. This can be accomplished in a couple of ways, depending on your requirements and available assets. The Workshop consists of setup on your test server or other provided server, and then several days of onsite meetings and demonstrations to outline the available functionality of all of the components of a complete system. The final meetings consist of a limited amount of hands on usage of the tools, preferably with your data. The final day will be spent covering documents developed as to your primary requirements and create a move forward plan of execution.

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data vaulting

Move off antiquated file shares / Software Version control systems. Fast and simple storage is step 1.

Data Collaboration

Visualization / Markup & Compare tools form the basis of feedback from the entire organization to the design teams.

Change Tracking

Leverage existing or new workflows that are tracked, monitored, and captured in the PLM system.

ECAD/MCAD Collaboration

Leverage newly developed STEP formats to enable simpler design and communication between disciplines.

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