September 12, 2023
CCE, provider of advanced CAD interoperability solutions, is offering a new update of its design collaboration software, EnSuite ReVue. With its latest update, ReVue offers users, especially of small and medium-sized businesses, ability to manage design changes without investing in Product Data Management (PDM) software.
ReVue provides a new way of managing design changes, without PDM. It enables everyone within the company and outside to discuss and manage CAD designs without the PDM-like processes. There are no IT overheads or complicated installation and setup associated with traditional PDM systems.
With ReVue’s graphical user experience, design changes can be understood and managed easily. Users can securely share 2D and 3D CAD designs and capture design feedback, track design changes in the context of the CAD and manage their designs by implementing their own design release process easily by accepting or rejecting changes and automatically update their bill of materials (BOM) and generate engineering change documentation (ECN) on demand.
“While the obvious need and benefits of a PDM system in engineering organizations is undeniable, it can be onerous for small and medium-sized businesses,” says Vinay Wagle, CCE’s vice president of sales and marketing. “Even with products like SOLIDWORKS PDM that are focused on SMBs, there are significant IT overheads, process rigidity and cost implications that deter companies from adopting typical PDM systems. Such companies use a mix of spreadsheets, cloud storage and other procedural methodologies to manage design changes and generate engineering change order documentation,” said Vinay Wagle, CCE’s VP of sales and marketing.
Some key benefits of using ReVue include:
- Manage design changes without rigid processes
- No IT setup or implementation overhead
- Equal access to single version of truth for everyone within the company and outside partners and suppliers
- Graphic user experience to understand design changes easily and quickly in the context of the CAD design
Users can visit the EnSuite ReVue page to schedule a demo or submit their email to access a self-directed product tour.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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