SOLIDWORKS PDM Engineering Change Request made easy with Javelin ECR Module

Article by Vicky Guignard created/updated December 5, 2019

Over the years, many customers have asked us to help them manage their engineering changes requests (ECR) and automate their workflows.

This means a lot of different things depending on who you talk with. But typically, It is a very linear process that affects many different departments. And a lot of steps can be forgotten.

Javelin Engineering Change Request

Javelin Engineering Change Request

It is extremely hard to manage the history of a file and documenting and approving these changes is usually the main areas of concern for companies.

Luckily, managing the history of a file is the bread and butter of what SOLIDWORKS PDM does. Properly documenting why changes were made with appropriate sign off tends to be slightly more challenging.

To assist with this, Javelin has taken common requirements from numerous companies and has done the administration work to implement a great Engineering Cange Request (ECR) module that is fully integrated into SOLIDWORKS PDM system.

Please watch the video to see what this process looks like:

 

Note that all the template and workflows can be tweaked to match precisely your company standards.

This is where our team will work with you to determine the best approach to follow and implement accordingly.

If you would like more information on how we can help you leverage the most out of your PDM system please contact us now.

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Vicky Guignard

Vicky has been working in the CAD industry since 2010 and has a background in machine design and steel structure design. Vicky works closely with the Javelin sales team, helping to solve complex customer challenges utilizing the SOLIDWORKS product line. She is also an instructor for Javelin and delivers private, and public training in Western Canada, as well as online through Javelin's JOLT training. Vicky has been an Application Engineer with Javelin since 2014.