SAP announced on November 17, 2014, the availability of their new PLM/CAD integration platform, the SAP Engineering Control Center, offering a greatly improved integration between SAP PLM and leading computer-aided design (CAD) systems. SAP has simplified the integration of authoring tools along the value chain for SAP customers, enabling the comprehensive digital description of products. This new solution provides an easy to use and robust platform to support expanded integrations for designers and engineers of mechanics, electronics and software and to manage product data efficiently and to streamline development processes across disciplines and throughout the product lifecycle.
"SAP Engineering Control Center enables companies to deliver innovative products and services with shorter time to market and will support a new, pioneering way of developing products. Authoring tools such as CAD software are the birthplace of product design. Integrating these tools with the SAP Product Lifecycle Management (SAP PLM) application is a cornerstone of SAP's strategy for connected products and this integration enables companies across manufacturing to make the right decisions with the right stakeholders to scale innovations promptly."
During this webinar, jointly sponsored by SAP, DSC, and LeverX, you will learn about the newly available SAP Engineering Control Center and its business value for manufacturers. This webinar will include demonstrations of SAP Engineering Control Center and the newly available NX CAD integration to enable engineers to more quickly deliver results to your enterprise. We are looking forward to showing you how to compress product time to market, create agile manufacturing processes, and keep resources running at peak performance levels through the use of SAP Engineering Control Center.
Vinay V, Solution Management SAP PLM, SAP SE
Achim Rossel, Vice President - Business Development, DSC Software AG
David Kramp, Director Solutions & Services, LeverX, Inc.
1. Overview & Business Value of SAP's New PLM/CAD Platform
2. Demonstration of New SAP ECTR & NX CAD Integration