Learn the custom solutions some of our clients have experienced with ZWS
Zebra needed to enhance their productivity during the process of moving files from Windchill to Agile to provide structure and best practices.
A DesignState integration was implemented to assist Zebra engineers in both managing the flow of design information between Windchill and Agile.
After completing several earlier Agile PLM implementation efforts, Kaiser Optical had specific technical challenges, outside advice and assistance were required.
ZWS provided Kaiser Optical with regular access to our Agile PLM implementation specialist, Brian Stone, with both pre-arranged Q&A sessions and ad hoc support via email.
After acquisition, Multek wanted to improve its infrastructure to handle the impending growth and expansion.
ZWS assisted the EBS partner in the project with the design and configuration of the integration framework that allowed Multek to transfer product record from Agile PLM to ERP.
Across its various divisions, Lockheed Martin uses various enterprise systems for product definition. They need more collaboration between business units so their was more visibility.
ZWS was brought in to develop an integration between Windchill and Agile e6 PLM, replacing manual data synchronization.
ESCO’s globally distributed engineering teams were struggling to meet demands for quicker turn-around, while project leads lacked the visibility, tools, and metrics to effectively manage these resources.
With help from ZWS, ESCO deployed Agile’s PPM module. The focus was on rapid discovery and deployment, initially targeting a small set of pilot projects, representing multiple operating units.
They needed to improve cycle time performance for dispositioning products with quality issues during their material review board (MRB) process.
We were able to streamline their processes and make all product information visible in one system for dispositioning.
Motorola maintains a complex engineering environment that requires a vendor specific PDM system but requires integration to enterprise systems.
DesignState integration software from ZWS ties AgilePLM, to the engineering centric Windchill PDM enabling data sharing with the enterprise system.
As part of a massive acquisition Hologic needed to fully migrate the acquired company’s Product Data and files into their Oracle Agile PLM and EBS systems in just 6 months.
Small batch runs and our lean project management methodology proved decisive in meeting the deadline and migrating their acquisition’s product data into their environment.
Multimedia Games had a hard GoLive date that needed to be met and needed to marry their Agile PG&C with their Enterprise System (NAV).
We redesigned their compliance functionality to match up with the specific needs around the regulatory requirements in the gambling industry allowing them to take advantage of their PLM and Enterprise integration in the process.
They needed to consolidate several business units’ platforms for engineering data management into an enterprise solution that would allow for company wide collaboration.
Utilizing our proprietary migration technology and methodology, we were able to migrate the data on time, hit the deadline on the bull’s eye and shrink the freeze out time frame to an acceptable window.
Fives had data from multiple sources including ERP and Legacy PLM but lacked a complete product record including BOM and attribute data. This lack of information hindered business operations downstream.
Using business rules and identifying unique elements in multiple data sources allowed ZWS to collate information into a complete singular record which was used in the new PLM system and supported business outcomes.
Sub Zero-Wolf needed to find a better way to collect supplier information around compliance, and a solution that would prevent information fragmentation silos.
With the help of LoadState, software developed to automate the process of importing compliance spreadsheets and regulatory documents into Agile, they were able to make their Compliance efforts less painful and more efficient.
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