Digital transformation is important for everyone these days and you can embrace the future of digital transformation with OpenBOM. The modern manufacturing environment demands the switch from legacy monolithic solutions to online digital services. There is a high demand for connectivity between companies, processes, and services.
Efficient communication and coordination between engineering and manufacturing teams can significantly impact the quality and cost-effectiveness of a product. To shed light on this critical aspect, OpenBOM, Jiga, and FiveFlute recently joined forces to organize an insightful webinar titled “Engineering-MFG Collaboration.”
We promise a deep dive into improving engineering-manufacturing collaboration, covering topics like Bill of Materials (BOM) management, advanced design reviews, and effective parts sourcing.
Join the webinar Top Tips for Better Engineers – Manufacturers Collaboration with the participation of OpenBOM CEO, Oleg Shilovitsky, Jiga CEO, Adar Hay, FiveFlute CEO, William Burke
Here are key topics we are going to talk about during the webinar:
Bill of Materials (BOM) Management:
OpenBOM is leading the way with open and flexible data modeling, open APIs, and the ability to become a data management platform to connect, support multiple services, and enable collaboration.
You can connect and optimize your workflow effortlessly with OpenBOM. Our robust APIs make integration a breeze, opening the door to enhanced productivity. We invite you to join the webinar to explore how multiple cloud-based services can connect and help you to achieve your manufacturing goals.
During the webinar, we will dig into the importance of effective BOM management in the engineering-manufacturing process. You will learn how OpenBOM can help you capture data from CAD systems and how online BOM management and not a spreadsheet can streamline procurement, reduce errors, and ensure better alignment between design and production teams.
Advanced Design Reviews:
Collaboration between engineers and manufacturing teams often involves reviewing and fine-tuning design plans. Engineers spent time in inefficient design reviews, capturing screenshots, creating PDF files, and going into endless Zoom sessions to share screens.
We will explore advanced techniques and tools for conducting comprehensive design reviews. The modern design review highlights the benefits of real-time collaboration during design reviews, enabling quick feedback, issue identification, and resolution.
Effective Parts Sourcing:
Sourcing the right parts and materials is a crucial aspect of manufacturing success. We will discuss strategies for efficient parts sourcing, including vendor selection, cost analysis, and quality assessment.
During the webinar, you will learn how to streamline sourcing processes and enhance the efficiency of your projects.
Top reasons to attend?
We are promising that you will learn from company leaders about their vision and experience. Here are the top reasons to join.
Concrete Insights: The webinar is not just theoretical; it provides practical, actionable insights that attendees can implement immediately in their engineering projects.
Tool Demos: Expect live demonstrations of tools and software solutions that can simplify BOM management, design reviews, and parts sourcing.
Q&A Sessions: Have burning questions about collaboration challenges in your organization? The webinar includes interactive Q&A sessions to address your specific concerns.
Collaboration between engineering and manufacturing teams is the key element to success in today’s manufacturing. The webinar organized by OpenBOM, Jiga, and FiveFlute promises to be a valuable resource for you looking to enhance your collaboration efforts.
By focusing on efficient BOM management, advanced design reviews, and effective parts sourcing, this webinar equips attendees with the knowledge and tools needed to drive manufacturing efficiency and precision in their engineering projects.
Don’t miss this opportunity to gain practical insights and connect with industry experts. Join the live webinar and take a step towards improving your engineering-manufacturing collaboration.
To participate, Register here.