3DEXPERIENCE Engineering Change Management has built-in tools that will help us not only formalize the engineering change process but also track any past, present, or future changes
With any team working together towards a common end product, it is always a great idea to have a process in place to track critical issues and changes to that product.
A lot of times, this process isn’t formalized and just happens organically with no real items in place to track changes taking place or what the changes are accomplishing. Fortunately 3DEXPERIENCE Works Governance has plenty of built-in tools that will help us not only formalize the engineering change process but also track any past, present, or future changes.
3DEXPERIENCE Engineering Change Management Demonstration
TriMech Solutions Consultant, Sawyer Gara, shows how the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform can elevate the engineering change process for your team. We’ll take a look at how any member of our supply chain has the power to raise issues with our designs and offer potential modifications. From here, a change action can be created to kick off the formalized change process within our team. These change actions can be routed to the correct department for the actual change to occur. A lot of this process is handled for us automatically, so we don’t have to hunt down the next person in line saving us not only time but money.
From start to finish, our Engineering Change Process can be handled fully within the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform!
During this on-demand webinar you will learn:
- The added benefits of 3DEXPERIENCE SOLIDWORKS to classic SOLIDWORKS
- The collaboration available on the platform
- Tools that help manage our products while we design
- Data accessibility from anywhere
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