Use a PDM System to Stop Wasting Time on Non-Productive Tasks

Learn how a PDM system can help your design teams improve process control so they can work more efficiently and stop wasting time on non-productive activities.

Modern product development efforts rely on many key processes that must run smoothly to get a product from concept to market in a timely manner, and many of these processes rely on efficient management of important design data. Without a PDM system in place, engineers spend an average of nine hours per week on “non-productive activities” such as searching for files, wasting time working on the wrong model or recreating models that can’t be easily found.

Stop Wasting Time PDM research guide

Stop Wasting Time PDM research guide

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Download Engineering.com’s “Research Report: How Design Teams Manage Product Data” to learn how deploying product data management (PDM) systems can help you improve upon these key workflows so you can develop new products more efficiently and stop wasting time on non-productive tasks:

  • What features in PDM systems are most critical to users
  • How PDM improves workflow efficiencies
  • How much time design team members waste on non-productive activities
  • What seven design activities are most affected by not having a data management solution

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