Learn How EPDM Will Facilitate Design Reuse
This session examines the benefits of design reuse and explores how SolidWorks Enterprise PDM software can help you turn design reuse into a winning strategy.
- Getting a new product to market or responding to a project faster than the competition.
- Existing designs carry the advantage of actual market circulation, and have withstood the test of the consumer.
- Accessing information on previously used design components and updating that information into proposals can save time and improve accuracy when estimating new projects.
Using EPDM to Obtain Benefits for Multi-Site Design Collaboration
This session will demonstrate how EPDM provides a central or multi-site replicated indexed vault for fast information retrieval, sharing and collaboration. It offers version control for minor changes and major design revisions to prevent data loss, and integrates workflows to automate your design process for more efficient review and release of final designs. SolidWorks EPDM can scale from small workgroups to hundreds of designers located in offices anywhere in the world.
Are Late ECOs Causing Additional Cost & Time?
Significantly reduce the time needed to complete your design approval and engineering change order (ECO) processes with the automated electronic workflow system in Solidwork EPDM software. Automatically expedite the flow of information instead of managing engineering changes through manual or paper-based methods—often so time-consuming that they require full-time staff to coordinate.
PDM vs. PLM: It all Starts with EPDM
Product data management (PDM) or product lifecycle management (PLM) - which system best fits the needs of your manufacturing organization? Although both solutions rely on a solid PDM foundation, selecting the right one from the many PDM and PLM systems available today can be challenging. This session will examine the differences between PDM and PLM and will review the merits of how each approach can benefit your company.
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