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A Fortune 500 aerospace company that is addressing industry-wide engineering and knowledge retention challenges -- by using a new system to harness internal and external technical information and derive new ideas across numerous projects -- reports a 10-fold return on investment within the first year.Learn more about our client’s successes
One of the world’s premier semiconductor companies increased the number of cross references in its parts database from 100,000 to nearly 2 million. In doing so, the company boosted results of its parts with the lowest searches by 52 percent and helped its customers find alternatives for obsolete parts so they can avoid the need to redesign products.Learn More About Our Customers Success
The research and development team that drives technology innovation accelerated research by up to 30 percent by enabling about 100 researchers to shift from using numerous systems to relying on one primary tool. The team was also able to mitigate the risk of lost intellectual property and potential revenues when collaborating with partners.
To expand its international business, global market forecasters for Europe’s top defense and space enterprise strengthened planning for prioritized countries, supported decisions to refocus resources, highlighted new opportunities that were not in operational plans, and developed formulas to generate updates/analyses within just one day.Learn More About Our Customers Success
It started out as little more than a lark, an informal competition among off-road racers to see who could make it from one end of the Baja peninsula to the other the quickest. And while big sponsor dollars – and big-money race rigs – have become part and parcel of the Baja 1000 over the
I have 2 questions: I've torn down several broken micro's but I have no idea how They actually work. What is an inverter in a panasonic microwave? How does it work differently than any other microwave? I've read what Panasonic says. They call it a turbo inverter whatever that means.
We are using Submersible Pumps whose maintenance cost is too high (i.e. their parts cost alot). So we need to get the pump from another manufacturer whose maintenance frequency and cost is lower. But before doing that I am requested to calculate the life cycle cost and efficiency of the pump in use.