Imagine using a cool, intelligent tool for your designs and engineering - it's called CAD. Now imagine using a napkin and pencil for your bill of materials. It may seem a bit extreme, but that's how lots of companies do it today. Not much technology goes into keeping the product recipe intelligent. I digress.
If your company: 1) has bill of materials 2) change orders, and 3) makes something, then you should check out the following video. It's a bit silly, but the message is an important one. What is the bill of materials and why does it matter? What does Fusion Lifecycle do and how can it help your company?
- Tyler Beck, Technical Marketing