How can Small Companies and Design Teams Manage CAD data?

Regardless of your company size, if you are designing new products in unmanaged data environment, your design team is likely wasting a lot of time and effort searching for files, reworking files they can’t find and collaborating with stakeholders in ways that put valuable IP at risk.

Learn how your design teams can avoid these hassles and non-productive work so they can focus on designing great new products.

Modern PDM tools will help

Read this Tech-Clarity eBook, “CAD Data Management for Small Companies and Design Teams” to learn how modern data management tools can help you:

  • Manage CAD data complexity, such as lost files, conflicting versions, overwriting files, etc.
  • Reduce the number of broken 3D CAD assemblies due to unmanaged file operations
  • Avoid missed product targets (new product due dates and design budgets)
  • Automate tedious processes and workflows

Smaller companies and design teams compete based on innovation and agility. Unfortunately, they face many of the same challenges in managing 3D CAD files that their larger competitors do. How can small companies and design teams manage CAD data without taking away from their time to innovate and respond to customers?

Even the smallest companies stand to benefit by implementing data management tools. Download the white paper to learn how your design teams can reduce rework and wasted time spent searching for files so they can focus on designing great new products.


SOLIDWORKS® Product Data Management (PDM) products manage and synchronize your design data across your entire enterprise with a single, easily deployable solution tightly integrated with all SOLIDWORKS applications.

Why Product Data Management?

By leveraging a secure vault, you can extend the access to your 3D design environment and associated files, for all participants from engineering through manufacturing. This enables everyone involved in your projects to share information and collaborate on designs, while automatically protecting your intellectual property with the automated version and revision control systems.

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