CAD and Data Challenges Workshop

Theorem Solutions, working in partnership with The MTC, CASiM2 and the University of Birmingham is hosting a morning workshop on Data Archiving, Multi-CAD, and the data challenges being faced by companies today.

The workshop is being held at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC), Coventry, UK on Tuesday 5th November.  It will run from 8:00am to 12:30pm and includes a complimentary breakfast and networking lunch.

The event is aimed at Midlands based SME’s but it is also open to those wishing to travel from further afield.  We will put you in touch with experts who can help you navigate the business challenges and investigate the solutions of Data Archiving and Multi-CAD. 

Workshop Topics

  • Long-term Data Archiving

Companies are being asked to keep design and manufacturing data for long periods of time, often in excess of 30 years for automotive and 50 years for aerospace. While the data archiving requirements are in place for most companies, we consider the available solutions to make sure you and your customers are covered.

  • Multi-CAD

What are the scalable solutions for SMEs supporting many different CAD systems? This session will guide you through the options; from low-cost service for occasional use to licensed products for regular use.

Places are limited so please book today!

To attend please email: simon@theorem.co.uk include your name, company, Email and contact number before Monday 28th October.

We look forward to meeting you at the event.

For further information please follow the link: http://www.theorem.com/dm/WorkShop.pdf

If you are unable to attend the workshop but would like further information on Theorem’s Data Archiving and/or Multi-CAD solutions then please click here http://www.theorem.com/dm/MTC-workshop.htm

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