Clients First Texas is excited to give a webinar on a real time saver for manufacturers who use CAD and need a simple integration with ERP. We recently partnered with an
CADLink was developed with engineering designers and manufacturers in mind, it enables users to:
- Gain data generated before and during the design phase in your CAD system
- Eliminate engineering clerical work
- Avoid costly errors that may occur due to manual data entry
By bridging the gaps between
- eradicating rework
- using less manpower
- cutting out inefficiencies
- eliminating many cost overruns
- reducing development costs
- decreasing product design costs
By using CADLink, for instance, engineers can enter, view and update information automatically, including item master data and BOMs, without having to switch between two different software solutions. Not only will this eliminate ERP clerical work and the risk of error; it will also allow engineers to benefit from more streamlined product design and development processes.
When: Feb 16, 2017 2:00 PM (GMT-6:00) Central Time (US and Canada)
How to register: Register today by clicking the image below or following this link as seating is limited: https://clientsfirst.zoom.us/webinar/register/42dec2381bf9143834538d7d4481ef37
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Before the webinar, we wanted to share the details of Qbuild's CADLink return on investment as no one wants a business solution that does not pay off. Since no organization has limitless resources, it's imperative to determine if the integration of a CAD solution with an ERP system will bring the benefits expected before making the actual investment. For this, a complex ROI analysis of CAD and ERP integration should be part of every company’s decision making process.
A Graphical ROI Analysis
Though the practical benefits of using a CAD system in conjunction with an advanced ERP solution like Acumatica, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Dynamics AX or NAV can not be denied, analyzing the ROI of CAD and ERP integration is a prerequisite for assessing the true value of such an investment.
When determining whether an investment is worth it or not, the payback period along with the initial spending and annualized rate of return are the most widely used measures. Though a large investment usually takes a long time to pay back its cost, a long payback period and a large initial expenditure can make an investment opportunity look unattractive, even if it has great potential to deliver financial returns. With that in mind, let’s take a closer look at the ROI a company can obtain by simply integrating CADLink with Microsoft Dynamics.
Initially included in CADLink, the software license, implementation, training, and 1st-year support and maintenance are estimated at $17,000 for about 4 engineers and site licensing is also available. If we add up the cost of support and maintenance for one more year, which is $3,000, we have a total of $20,000 for two years.
According to a recent ROI analysis performed by QBuild, CADLink can save your organization $44,000 from:
- scrapped parts due to errors
- late shipments
- time your engineers must spend on BOM entries -- and that’s just in the first year.
This means a payback period of a little more than 4 months and an annualized rate of return of 293.3 percent.
CADLink is a breakthrough in streamlining operations in product development and manufacturing sectors, CADLink combined with Microsoft Dynamics delivers one of the few software solutions that can boost ROI, contributing dramatically to a company’s success in the highly
As a leading ERP consulting company specializing in ERP selection, implementation and systems integration,
Call us to learn how we can make your business more productive with the power of ERP.