An engineering BOM is created at the very beginning of product design by engineers in either CAD or EDA, listing items that will be necessary to manufacture a particular product. They are a crucial step in the product lifecycle because a well-laid-out engineering BOM can help manufacturers avoid problems down the line.
One key step to establishing a fully digitized manufacturing process that works concurrently with product design is establishing an engineering bill of materials that’s used to derive the manufacturing BOM and service BOM—and remains connected.
No matter what stage your current BOM processes are in, we can help connect engineering, manufacturing, service to drive more cooperative product development.
Through a consistent digital thread of information running through our product’s lifecycle, we have been able to reduce production time and errors, and reduce our stock of product components due to the precision introduced into the manufacturing process.– BENETEAU Group
Improves accuracy and transparency between engineering and manufacturing.
Enables collaborative product development across engineering, manufacturing, service, and ERP.
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Transform the BOM in 10 Steps
The different views needed of the BOM are as diverse as those involved in manufacturing the product.
Break Down the Engineering and Manufacturing Silos
Ensure a seamless flow of information and effective collaboration
From Drawings to a Parts-centric Approach to BOMs
Adopt a parts-centric approach to managing your Bill of Materials with a centralized hub for all product data across the organization
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