Recently, Autodesk hosted our “Autodesk PLM for Engineering Managers” webinar, welcoming many of you to a live interactive session talking about how engineering managers benefit from a PLM solution. We had a great turnout of engaged participants who brought some great questions to our Q&A period. If you missed it, you can view the recording here.
Engineering managers know that designing almost any physical product involves a lot of moving parts. Collaborating with internal and external teams, finding and reusing parts from previous products, RFPs and RFQs to suppliers, and the list goes on. The more parts, the more complicated it gets, which can lead to confusion, data loss, and delays.
In our latest webinar, we showed participants how Autodesk PLM helps you overcome these hurdles by leveraging native integrations with every major CAD system, simple and intuitive search functionality, the ability to bring suppliers into your processes, and built-in configurable workflows, and ultimately giving you a central source of truth for all your product data, saving you time, frustration, and money. What’s more, Autodesk PLM will automatically generate your BOM (bill of materials) including data from all your CAD systems.
If this all sounds good to you, check out our webinar on demand where we dive deeper into how PLM helps engineering managers:
- Reduce business disruptions by improving your supply chain’s agility
- Power faster and better decisions by promoting early cross-functional collaboration in the cloud
- Improve team productivity through access to a central source of truth regardless of the CAD system they use