Windchill BOM Management: From Manual to Digital
Most manufacturers are grappling with speed and agility in the face of growing numbers of product options and variants. Homegrown tools and processes make it very challenging to find and ensure traceability and associativity of the right product information. Managing bill of materials gets more complex with change and often leads to just duplicating & completing the task.
By adopting a parts-centric approach with a single source of truth to all product data, mechanical, software, electronic parts, and related artifacts can now be integrated into the engineering bills of materials (BOM). Part numbers are configurable, auto-generated, and always unique with no duplication of data. Authoring, reviewing, approving, and using BOM management all come from the same source. Downstream digital content is associative (not copied) with traceable links to manufacturing, service, and more.
Join us in this webinar to discover how PTC’s Windchill BOM Management can help you evolve from manual process to digital traceability and collaboration.
Benefits of BOM Management
|CAD and Engineering BOM (e-BOM) are in sync always|
|e-BOM/Product-Structure is a collection of engineering and non-engineering data, across the enterprise|
|Part numbers are configurable, auto-generated, and always unique|
|Authoring, reviewing, approving and using of BOM management all comes from the same source|
|BOM is more than Text-and-Structure, it also allows you to visualize in 3D, Measure, X-Sec, and more|
|Change management / Red-Lining / Feedback – all are completed in one source data, no duplicates|
|Associative BOM-Transformation (e-BOM > m-BOM/s-BOM), synchronous ERP integration, and more (m-BOM here refers to Manufacturing BOM and s-BOM to Service BOM)|
|Single source to search for data, complete traceability of all processes from the beginning|
Save the Date
|21 September 2021, Tuesday, 2.00 PM SGT|
|This webinar is aimed at Production Planners, Production Managers, Operation Managers, IT Managers and General Managers, and all other professions where BOM Management is a familiar sight and constant worry.|
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