One of the reasons companies are stuck with Excel and fail to digitally transform themselves in the modern business environment is a knowledge gap. We found it is very interesting. The information about online is amazing, yet companies are struggling to acquire this information.
Thinking about a variety of forms to share knowledge about the Bill of Materials and related disciplines took to setup OpenBOM educational webinar series. These webinars are 30 minutes and include 15-20 min presentation and video followed by questions. Such a form gives us a perfect way to spean a reasonable amount of time to learn and to ask questions. It is better than 5 minutes of demo video and also gives you a way to interact with us.
A few days ago we posted about the new OpenBOM Training Library. Check it out for more information. Today, I want to share a new page which hosts information about all OpenBOM webinars – OpenBOM Educational Webinars. The page gives you access to videos and slide decks as well as brief information about the webinar topic.
We are going to update this page each time the new webinar is added, so you will have access to all webinars at the same time.
This week’s webinar is about the topic that usually drives a lot of questions from OpenBOM users and customers – Creation Multi-Level Bill of Materials in OpenBOM. In this webinar, we will speak about different types of Bill of Materials in OpenBOM, how you can create them, and managing information. You will learn about Single-Level, Multi-Level, and Flattened BOM. I recommend you to read more about this topic before the webinar –
Creation Multi-Level Bill of Materials in OpenBOM
Wednesday, July 8th, 2020.
OpenBOM Webinars is a great source of information to learn about product development, best practices of BOM management, and how OpenBOM can be used. It includes a combination of theory, best practices, and pragmatic hands-on about how to get things done using OpenBOM.
Check our how OpenBOM helps thousands of users and manufacturing companies to streamline data management, processes, and escape the legacy of Excel spreadsheets.
Best, Oleg @ openbom dot com.