Powerful project, process, and item management capabilities with interactive dashboards and reports.
A powerful dashboard and reporting tools that can pull data, including project progress, resource allocation, and quality performance from every aspect of the system and present it in a very easy-to-consume way.
Extend the existing data management capability available for SOLIDWORKS, leveraging your product design data for downstream uses throughout your organization, and enabling more integrated project planning and management.
Powerful dashboard and reporting tools that can pull data, including project progress, resource allocation, and quality performance from every aspect of the system and present it in a very easy-to-consume way. It supports four major functional areas with the following capabilities:
Provides critical information to help teams focus on important tasks and provides an overview of resource capacity for better planning and utilization.
Tracks design changes and avoid the errors of manual methods. Track changes and maintain a complete revision history of a design’s evolution.
Brings together, in one place, all components required for product definition, whether represented by a CAD model, document, or database-only items.
Dashboards and Reports
Information can be presented in an easy-to-understand dashboard that can be tailored not only to display the critical information YOU need but also to present the RIGHT information to the functional areas of your team.
No, SOLIDWORKS Manage can incorporate existing PDM data so it can be accessed either through the SOLIDWORKS Manage user interface or via Windows Explorer.
Yes, SOLIDWORKS Manage will utilize activation based serial numbers managed by the SolidNetWork License (SNL) Manager. The licenses will be global and concurrent and will have the same SQL Server licensing requirements as SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional.
No, customers can have a combination of SOLIDWORKS Manage and SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional licenses. SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional clients can still connect to a vault that is connected to SOLIDWORKS Manage, but will not have access to any SOLIDWORKS Manage data.
SOLIDWORKS Manage has extensive configuration capabilities which should be able to handle most situations.
SOLIDWORKS Manage has built-in tools for migrating data from other sources. For special cases not handled by the built in tools, custom scripts may be needed.
SOLIDWORKS Manage runs on SQL Server Standard which will be included with new licenses. SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional licenses that are upgraded would use the same SQL Server licenses provided with the SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional purchase.
Yes, SOLIDWORKS Manage will have its own database that can run on an existing SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional database server instance.
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