How to Reduce Non-Value-Added Work in Engineering (survey results)

Did you know engineers waste so much time on non-value-added work, they only spend about 54% of their time actually designing? How can you prevent them from wasting too much time on non-value-added work? Our research uncovered some significant engineering inefficiencies that contribute to this including: 29% percent of engineering time is spent working with

Eliminating Design Bottlenecks from Concept to Release (survey invitation)

What slows you down during design? Can you reuse concept models  during detail design? What would help improve industrial design efficiency? Do machine designers waste time on tedious design steps? We are researching how engineers spend their time and the impact of different approaches. We invite you to participate in our Eliminating Design Bottle from

Avoiding Engineering Time Wasters (survey invitation)

What engineering tasks do you find to be the biggest time wasters? How would it help if those tasks consumed less time? Can PLM or PDM help? We are researching how engineers spend their time and the impact of different approaches. We invite you to participate in our engineering time wasters survey. The survey takes

non-value addedHow to Avoid Non-Value Added Work for Engineers (guest post)

Imagine what you could do if you could get almost a third of your time back? In a guest post on the Sodius Willert blog, Michelle Boucher shares research on how much engineering time is wasted on non-value added work and explains what you can do. Focus on the Work You Enjoy As an engineer,

Five Ways Shape Search Drives Business Value (eBook)

Five Ways Shape Search Drives Business Value shares the shortcomings of traditional search methodologies and how geometric search can complement them to drive new business value. The report includes some basics about shape search, five tangible ways it can improve business performance, and an example of how to calculate the ROI of a shape search investment.