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Multi-CAD Data Management

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How can we manage multi-CAD design data from SolidWorks, Inventor, CATIA and other CAD tools?


ASSA_ABLOY_Small_tcm1023-165808.jpgASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions, chose Teamcenter as their PDM solution to manage multi-CAD data. Read the full story here.


“Our design teams in Sweden use SolidWorks and Inventor, and our design team in Czech Republic uses CATIA. One of our challenges is to manage different types of CAD data, and share and synchronize it globally. We use Teamcenter to manage SolidWorks, Inventor and Catia data,” says Ulf Södergren, who is globally responsible for the innovation process at ASSA ABLOY.


When product designs are locked down in their native CAD systems, your teams are wasting time searching for the latest information or, worse yet, re-doing work that is already done in another CAD tool. It’s difficult to collaborate across design teams. All this is taking a toll on your productivity and performance.


Like ASSA ABLOY, you can turn things around by getting started with CAD data management software. Find and share data faster. Respond quickly to change.


“We use Teamcenter to manage SolidWorks, Inventor and CATIA data and then synchronize and compile product information so that our designers all over the world can always work with the latest design drawing. The visualization capabilities of Teamcenter also enable designers to visualize product data from different CAD systems and conduct design collaboration reviews across different geographically distributed sites.”


With Teamcenter, you can use CAD data management capabilities to take control of your multi-CAD design data and processes. Find designs faster. Manage CAD data with internal and external partners. Put CAD data in the right context to improve productivity.


Read this article to learn how to get up and running with CAD data management quickly and cost effectively.