Synergis Software will showcase Adept 2014 product data management at this year's SolidWorks World 2014 Conference next week.
According to a company press release, Adept PDM has helped various companies achieve greater efficiency in their design process. Some of these companies include:
- Schuf Fetterolf saved 25% design time at each location globally.
- Guntert & Zimmerman tied PDM data to their enterprise resource planning to create an affordable product lifecycle management solution.
- Miller-Felpax developed 63 different change requests and 578 transmittals to monitor information flow in and out of the company.
"Adept PDM for SolidWorks has been widely adopted by companies whose requirements include document vaults that don't scramble file names or move their folders; powerful tools to create and manage transmittals; native file visualization for hundreds of file types; and easy to configure, highly flexible workflow capabilities," says Scott Lamond, vice president of marketing and sales at Synergis Software. "Our customers also enjoy a developer direct relationship, which gives them access to our dedicated project managers, helpdesk, and developers from implementation through ongoing support."
Gloucester Engineering uses Adept PDM for SolidWorks to more easily
manage their change requirements. Photo courtesy PRNewsFoto/Synergis Software.
Synergis will also present at the Certified Partner Theater Presentation on Jan. 27 at SolidWorks World, and feature its client Gloucester Engineering. Topics discussed will be how Gloucester Engineering uses Adept to improve product management efficiency, protect intellectual property and its automate engineering change order process.
For more information, visit Synergis Software.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company's website.