Live Webcast: PCB Engineering Doc and Change Management Made Easy
Please join us for this web seminar focused on “a day in the life of Oskar Engineer”. Oskar will take you through his newly automated design process showing how he is able to conquer daily challenges with engineering changes, Bill of Material (BOM) management and design documentation, freeing up time to focus on what he does best- designing products.
Product content data is constantly changing throughout the design-to-manufacturing process. A key issue facing today’s engineer is managing design data and keeping it synchronized with other systems across the Enterprise. As product lifecycles shrink, outsourcing increases, and new compliance pressures build, it is critical that engineering processes are managed effectively to avoid inefficiencies and to ensure product delivery goals are met.
What you will learn
- How to simplify component data and library management for Mentor (DxDesigner/DxDatabook) environments
- How to access part information directly from your design environment
- How to access data such as cost, lead times, and “where used” improve part selection
- How to shorten ECO and New Part Request cycles through automated processes
- How to easily manage revisions and variances for BOMs
- How to ensure change information is shared across the enterprise How to easily manage part data for RoHS compliance
Who should attend
- Engineering Manager
- Design Manger
- Operations Manager
- Document Control Manager
- What: PCB Engineering Doc and Change Management Made Easy
- When: Thursday 27th of January 2011
- Where: Online
- Time: 16:00 PM CET
- Duration: 1 hour
- Registration: Web
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