Razorleaf's work with Ascensia to help with a corporate re-branding effort using PLM and ERP software, was recently featured in "Today's Medical Developments."
Over the last few years I have come to the belief that the next generation of Engineering tools will be cloud based. Of course, I am not alone in this opinion as Dassault, Autodesk, and Onshape are moving strongly in this direction with their messaging and products.
In the continuing expansion of their Fusion line of products, Autodesk has brought their Configure, Price, Quote (CPQ) offering into the solution with their new product Fusion Configure. This is starting to round out the complete suite of Fusion branded products.
In two previous posts on the topic of project execution and tracking in Autodesk PLM 360, we covered the benefits of Milestones and Project Management. While these methods provide a comprehensive solution for tracking projects that can provide much value-add, sometimes less is more!
In a previous post we covered how Milestones can be used for project execution and tracking in Autodesk PLM 360. In today’s video we’ll take a close look at Project Management functionality, including Tasks with Milestones, to explore more functionality in the system.
Autodesk PLM 360 provides project execution and tracking through Project Management, Milestone, and Tasks functionalities. Moreover, Grid tab functionality can also be used to easily monitor completed tasks. Cool! But how do we break all these capabilities into understandable chunks?
In a previous post, we covered how to set up your Autodesk PLM 360 tenant to clone an item to a specific state in a workflow. If your organization makes use of the Additional Owners field and requires cloning it as well, you’ll need to do further configuration & scripting.
If your company manages high-volume, high-turnover projects, you may need a better method to keep track of all the projects; especially when it comes to knowing which ones are blocked or impeded.
Another request we hear often is to migrate existing items to Autodesk PLM 360, bringing them in at whatever workflow state they are at—which more often than not is further down the line than the initial state. This is common when you want to migrate existing Change Orders, for example.
Well, we may not be able to help you get to any particular meditation state, but today we’ll delve into getting to certain workflow states. Do you ever find yourself in this scenario in your Autodesk PLM 360 tenant?