Mississauga, ON, – RAND Worldwide, a global leader in providing technology solutions to organizations with engineering design and information technology requirements, announced that it has expanded its rapid deployment Product Lifecycle Management (“PLM”) program, QuickStart, with the addition of a new offering: the 3DVIA Composer package.
The 3DVIA Composer QuickStart package provides organizations with a low cost, rapid deployment of 3DVIA Composer for CATIA, Pro/ENGINEER, SolidWorks, STEP, and IGES to streamline product deliverable creation. RAND’s certified implementation team works onsite to provide organizations with configuration, process development, training, and desk side mentoring services enabling rapid 3DVIA Composer user adoption. The package allows users to learn and begin using 3DVIA Composer to automatically create specialized corporate documentation such as assembly and disassembly procedures, technical illustrations, interactive 3D animations, training materials, marketing materials, and sales tools.
“In as little as five days, our 3DVIA Composer QuickStart enables organizations deploying 3DVIA Composer to quickly get the solution configured, establish a well defined process development procedure for its users, and eliminate the learning curve users typically have associated with the deployment of a new application,” said Joe Oswald, Executive Vice President, PLM Operations, North America and Europe, RAND Worldwide. “As a result, engineering, manufacturing and non-technical users can more quickly adopt the new application and take full advantage of 3DVIA Composer’s ability to create accurate associative 2D and 3D product deliverables.”
Launched in April 2006, QuickStart also offers a selection of deployment solutions for CATIA V5 and ENOVIA SmarTeam that are faster and more cost effective to implement than a standard PLM and PDM deployment. The program assists in building a proper PLM foundation for organizations with limited internal knowledge of CATIA V5 and ENOVIA SmarTeam set-up and administration, or a need to improve the progress of an existing implementation, with minimal upfront investment.
QuickStart leverages RAND’s TAKE AIM (Assured Implementation Methodology) program, a proven four-phase project implementation approach, derived from RAND’s extensive experience with PLM and PDM deployments across a variety of industries.
Launch timeframes for the CATIA V5 and ENOVIA SmarTeam programs start at just 10 days by RAND’s dedicated and experienced professional services team. All implementations provide the foundation for a fully functioning PLM system, without any limitation for expansion to the full capabilities of CATIA V5 or ENOVIA SmarTeam.
To learn more about RAND’s QuickStart programs, please visit www.rand.com/quickstart.
About RAND Worldwide
RAND Worldwide is one of the world’s leading providers of professional services and technology to the engineering community, targeting organizations in the building, infrastructure and manufacturing industries. RAND enables its customers to improve their competitiveness, productivity, and profitability by enhancing key aspects of their Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) capabilities, including planning, development, and management. As one of the leading technology independent systems integrators in the world, RAND Worldwide operates in 50 sales and client service centers globally. For more information please visit www.rand.com.
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