Hey Autodesk Vault fans! Following up on my last post on Autodesk University 2014 classes, here is the list of must-see Vault classes this year. Yet another great collection of customer-driven and advanced classes – and watch for the Vault PowerTrack courses (hint: they have a –P suffix). Going to be a great AU for Vault. Hurry, some of these Vault classes are near maximum. See you in Vegas!
This class will give you an overview of some of the major item and BOM enhancements in Vault 2015 as well as the new Copy Design, and Vault Office.
Do you know what Vault software is? Do you know what Vault software is really for? Do you know why you should use it? This class will answer those questions.
Learn the many aspects of Vault software lifecycles and what they mean to your workflows. We'll also touch on other behaviors, such as categories and revisions, to better understand how they tie in with lifecycles.
This is a description of the journey that Unverferth Mfg. Co., Inc., took when the company went from drawings boards and paper to a virtual digital world using Vault Professional software.
This class will show users of AutoCAD software, AutoCAD Mechanical software, and AutoCAD Electrical software the many ways that Vault software greatly improves current design, engineering, and manufacturing workflows.
After the success of their first run at Autodesk University 2013, The Data Management Avengers. Meet and have an open discussion with a panel of Data Management Avengers from Autodesk, Inc. and bring your questions for us to discuss and advise upon.
As a CAD manager you realize the value of your data. This session will help you to build reports using Vault software's built-in report functionality to extract data for the benefit of your user community.
This class will provide an overview of the new Vault software Copy Design functionality, looking at the new interface and configuration tools that enable a broader range of copy design workflows.
This lecture will cover planned functionality for Autodesk, Inc.’s, data management software and service, including Vault software.
Don’t worry about acquiring hardware and additional personnel in order to manage your Vault software installation. Learn how to spin up a hosted server instance to install the Vault Server software for your enterprise.
This class is a deep dive into Property Administration and all things properties in Vault software.
In this class you will hear from Parker Hannifin Corporation regarding how the firm deployed Vault software from a small group of 30 users to what is now over 1500 active users. You will also learn how the firm is using Autodesk PLM 360 software.
In the sequel we'll uncover functionality that we didn't have time to cover at Autodesk University 2013, and will feature real-world demonstrations of the content.
Would you like to learn what the Vault Data Standard feature can do for you? Do you know when to use it and for which purpose? If so, sign up for this class.
In this class you will learn about enhancements to Items and Bill of Materials area in Vault Professional 2015. You’ll learn about creating items and editing BOM in Vault to support for Long-lead items, re-using items, editing Position Number, using Vault items in CAD BOM, etc.
This class will cover existing and newly supported methods for upgrading your replicated Vault software installation.
Vault Office software is a new set of Vault software components tailored for users who don’t work directly with CAD files. Learn the when, what, who, and how of Vault Office software.
The lecture describes how collaboration between customer and Autodesk Consulting can solve a typical business riddle. See the project from the end user, customer project manager and Autodesk technical lead perspective.
This class will walk you through the steps required to plan for, prevent, and successfully recover from a disaster, starting with a disk failure and ending with a natural calamity that wipes out your server room.