Classification 2.0 PARTsolutions Strategic Parts Management

With Classification 2.0 PARTsolutions Strategic Parts Management Software does the Heavy Lifting

Only a few companies have a classification system for their standard, supplier and company parts, because manual classification is very complex and above all, prone to error. CADENAS PARTsolutions offers a simple and quick solution with Classification 2.0 and the Strategic Parts Management software PARTsolutions. According to a recent survey by CADENAS, 43% of companies have no classification for their …

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Does your interactive part configurator keep your visitors on your site? (It really should.)

Does your interactive part configurator keep your visitors on your site? (It really should.)

Imagine for a moment that you’re going to your local office supply store to buy a new desk chair. You walk in the store, ask an associate to point you toward the chairs, and meander to the correct aisle. There are a dozen options and you need to make some decisions—High or low back? Leather, fabric, or mesh? What color? …

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Without Strategic Parts Management your team is dumpster diving for parts.

A Case for Strategic Parts Management: Your Engineering Team is Dumpster Diving for Parts

It’ true. Your Engineering team is currently swimming head-first in the digital garbage bin. They’re hunting for parts outside of every PLM and ERP rule set you have painstakingly set-up. It’s not the quality or accuracy of the CAD models which makes them a problem for a PLM administrator. The problem is HOW these parts are acquired and stored internally. Usually unauthorized downloads …

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