For SOLIDWORKS Desktop users to collaborate they are challenged with having to store, manage, and work together on product design data. With many more teams working remotely, the question becomes:
“How can we securely centralize our data, improve collaboration, and design concurrently while maintaining our use of SOLIDWORKS Desktop?”
Example of how SOLIDWORKS Desktop Users Collaborate
Square Robot found it easier to communicate with one another about key strategic changes, design flaws and challenges, and much more via the cloud-based collaboration solution; Collaborative Designer. Square Robot worked with SOLIDWORKS Desktop CAD and the 3DEXPERIENCE platform to use the data and lifestyle management solutions available to facilitate remote design and collaboration.
Because Collaborative Designer and SOLIDWORKS desktop software work together flawlessly, it enabled Square Robot to manage important documents and designs from within the desktop authoring application. Collaborating within a single program versus hemorrhaging from costly IT overhead gave engineers, managers, and key stakeholders flexibility, time, and accelerated development cycles to push their revamped product to market.