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Imagine giving your engineers back 15 percent of their time to solve problems and innovate. In this video, IHS Product Design VP Chad Hawkinson discusses how leading-edge companies in multiple industry sectors are harnessing the power of unified information access for their engineers to drive innovation, resolve issues and deliver products to market ahead of the competition.View Video
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.
This aerospace and defense manufacturer avoids backorders in its supply chain by using a best-in-class system to identify and locate critical parts and suppliers. As a result, the company has reduced administrative lead time (ALT) and production lead time (PLT) from months to days by providing single-point access to data for 230,000 forging tools.
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
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