Simulation Buyer’s Guide for Design Engineers (eBook)

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Tech-Clarity-eBook-Simulation-Buyers-GuideThe Simulation Buyer’s Guide for Design Engineers eBook identifies the top 10 buying criteria you should consider when buying a simulation solution for design engineers. You can then use this information as a checklist to select the right solution for you. The eBook includes a list of questions to help you determine your needs for simulation as well as how you can justify the investment.

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Table of Contents

  • Why Do Design Engineers Need a Simulation Solution?
  • Determine the Scope of Your Needs
  • Identify the Right Solution
  • Justify the Investment
  • Understand the Value
  • Realize Time Savings
  • Select the Right Simulation for Your Needs
  • About the Author

Why Do Design Engineers Need a Simulation Solution?

How do you know if you should be using simulation? Consider for a moment:

  • If you could save 7% of your material costs, would it help?
  • How would getting to market 14% faster improve your business?
  • What would you do with the extra time?
  • Would higher quality without adding cost or time make your products more competitive?

These are some of the many things simulation can help with. Even better, advancements to simulation tools have made it much easier for design engineers to adopt. In fact, Tech-Clarity’s latest simulation survey reveals that at 90% of Top Performing companies, design engineers use simulation software.

The key is selecting the right solution. This Buyers Guide reveals what to look for in a simulation solution for design engineers.

Recommendations

  • Understand your needs for a simulation solution
  • Justify the investment with a focus on how it will empower design engineers to make better decisions that will make products more competitive, lower-cost, and faster to market
  • Select a simulation solution that will be easy for design engineers to adopt that will integrate with your existing CAD tool and support existing workflows
  • Consider a solution that makes it easy to set up an analysis and includes features such as automated mashing
  • Ensure the solution supports design optimization
  • Select a solution and vendor that can offer the right training resources to reduce the learning curve

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