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Integrating the CAD/PDM/PLM system into the Business system

    Subtitle: The story of the missing link - Connecting CAD to the Business system. The challenge of making an electronic connection between the CAD and the Business system (ERP), started back some 30 years ago, when among other, IBM introduced solutions for the CIM factory – Computer Integrated Manufacturing. In this concept the CAD/Business system integration […]

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A Wake-up Call – A Game Changer Is on the Way

I am aware that my writing can elicit a number of different views and opinions. Anyway, I believe I am on the right track in relation to the upcoming software-as-a-service IT-world offering high functional standard solutions at a low cost. As opposite to this new way, it is amazing that nothing has changed in the IT-consultancy […]

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Manufacturers: Watch CAD to ERP Video

Watch the CAD to ERP Video by Clients First, Texas showcasing engineering & innovation making manufacturing easier with CADLink by Qbuild. The Independent Software Vendor (ISV) innovator links your CAD software to your ERP solution; we recently had a webinar and recorded a video on CAD to ERP integration for those in the manufacturing industry […]

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Clients First TX Webinar on CAD & ERP Integration

Please join Clients First Texas & Minnesota for a new online webinar on Advanced CAD and ERP Integration. The lifeblood of any manufacturing company exists due to engineers evolving products. In this webinar we are going to show you one of our favorite ISV solutions for your industry: Qbuild’s CADLink. Developed with engineering designers and manufacturers […]

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Don’t Get Stuck! Get Dynamics NAV!

As the market continues to place pressure on manufacturers to reduce price and improve quality, businesses need to find and eliminate the inefficiencies within their processes if they want to continue as a going concern. Below is a simple diagram that can point you in the right direction and provide a solution. The hidden manufacturing […]

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