Make sure your companies key objectives and goals are met
To make sure your companies key objectives and goals are met, you need to ensure 3 key areas are working as efficiently as possible. Technology, Processes and People. If any one of these areas is underperforming the whole design process could be compromised.
Concurrent Engineering has a series of sessions and seminars that will ensure your procedures are current and being followed, your software is set up in the best way for your requirements and that your users are aware of the correct tools and features to get the job done in the efficient robust way.
-Enthusiastic, knowledgeable staff are the key ingredient to a successful company
- Invest in good staff, invest in their training, invest in your success
- Don’t rely on internal training, techniques and tools evolve every year
- Do your engineers have a sound process to follow?
- Could be that your process is hard to follow or outdated
- Is your process still fit for purpose?
- How much is still paper based?
- Do you wait to be notified verbally or via email of progress on a project?
- Are you using the best tools to get the work completed?
- Is your software set up in the most efficient way?
The quick start service ensures you get up and running with your chosen software as quickly and smoothly as possible. Let us share our vast experience with you and your IT team. We will install and set up the software to help maximize the use of your investment as quickly as possible.
Ensuring all of your engineers have the same high level of skills drastically improves productivity. Having differing skill sets in your team can hinder the collaboration capabilities of engineers. Ensure all have the skills required via this skills assessment. We will interview each engineer to fully understand work requirements, review existing work, then provide recommendations on training required.
You may have been using Creo/Onshape for a number of years, but are you sure your engineers are using the best tools and features to produce designs in the quickest, most robust way? This session reviews your current methods and guides and advises on best practices for your industry.
Your design department performance and efficiency has a knock on effect to the efficiency of the whole company. If your design team are struggling on an inefficient set up, it is going to have knock on effect on the delivery of a project.
This CAD Admin Day steps you through everything you need to know to maintain the software, suggest hardware setup recommendations and look at key user environment settings.
Utilise our team of experienced engineers to install your Creo software to ensure effortless transition on to the latest version of Creo. Reduce the time spent on these less familiar IT tasks and minimize the down time for your business.
With so much technology added to Creo over the years it’s sometimes easy to overlook features that came into the software a few years ago, we take a look at past and present. This session will look at all enhancements relating to your level of Creo to ensure you are getting the most out of your investment.
Your company has invested in Creo software and training, but are your engineers producing the designs in the most efficient way? Could the final designs be produced quicker? What are the bottle necks? Is everyone getting the information they need when they need it?
In this interview style session, we speak with your engineers to understand exactly what needs to be achieved with Creo suite. This allows us to understanding your design process from start to finish. We will then document the findings for you to review. A number of small changes to your process can drastically reduce the overall time to market.
The evolution of the traditional CAD software is accelerating faster than ever before. Great new features, tools and enhancements are being added constantly. All added to improve, your experience, reduce your time to market and improve your customers satisfaction.
This session demonstrates all of the functions available in your current software, ensuring you are maximising your investment, then branches out into what could be achieved with the full suite.
This session reports on the hardware you are using to run Creo, offering advice to optimize its set up and makes recommendations where it falls short. The report provides a great reference if you are planning on upgrading your current machines.