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  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    The Other Side of Design for Assembly

    'Design For Assembly is a process by which products are designed with ease of assembly in mind.' This is how Wikipedia begins the page on Design For Assembly (DFA). DFA recognizes the need to analyze both the part design and the whole product for any assembly problem early in the...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Scriptless Test Automation: Next Generation Technique for Productivity Improvement in Software Testing

    GUI based Test automation is the activity of creating automated test scripts that can be run without human intervention. The authors run off the same UI that the end User or Customer would see. These scripts can cover a lot of application areas in a repeatable manner. They can cut...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Building Testability Into Legacy Code

    Industry studies say that about a quarter of software development cost is spent on Testing. Moreover the investment in terms of time and money increases exponentially with the age and size of the software product or solution. As the code is continually stretched to satisfy changing requirements; it develops resistance...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Should Costing: Identify Should Cost Elements Early In The Design Phase, And Enable Cost Down Initiatives

    Competition and the need to improve margins require organizations to constantly review product costs and identify opportunities for cost reduction. Since a major component of product cost comprises material and processing costs, this area requires specific focus. Zero based costing has been around for quite some time, but the availability...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Application of Lean in Product and Manufacturing Engineering

    Shortening product development lead time, while reducing the cost and increasing reliability, is a perpetual challenge of engineering. This, coupled with changing consumer needs, doesn't make product development any easier. While manufacturing function has embraced the lean philosophy with relative ease and enthusiasm, it is a struggle for engineering due...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Customization PLM Neutral Framework

    A Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) application is same for any organization's product information as an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) application is to the organization's human and transactional information. Proper selection of the PLM application and its effective implementation help the organization to manage multiple products efficiently. All PLM applications provide...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    PLM?Neutral Customization Framework

    A Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) application is same for any organization's product information as an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) application is to the organization's human and transactional information. Proper selection of the PLM application and its effective implementation help the organization to manage multiple products efficiently. All PLM applications provide...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    The Why and How of Design for Manufacturability Review Automation

    'Design For Manufacturability' (DFM) is a methodology that involves designing with an intent to minimize the cost of production and time-to-market, without compromising on the quality of the product. Various studies have proved that an error detected and rectified during the design stage costs almost 100-1000 times less than when...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Should Costing: Identify Should Cost Elements Early In The Design Phase, And Enable Cost Down Initiatives

    Competition and the need to improve margins require organizations to constantly review product costs and identify opportunities for cost reduction. Since a major component of product cost comprises material and processing costs, this area requires specific focus. Zero based costing has been around for quite some time, but the availability...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Building Testability Into Legacy Code

    Industry studies say that about a quarter of software development cost is spent on Testing. Moreover the investment in terms of time and money increases exponentially with the age and size of the software product or solution. As the code is continually stretched to satisfy changing requirements; it develops resistance...

    Provided By Geometric

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Customization PLM Neutral Framework

    A Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) application is same for any organization's product information as an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) application is to the organization's human and transactional information. Proper selection of the PLM application and its effective implementation help the organization to manage multiple products efficiently. All PLM applications provide...

    Provided By Geometric

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    PLM?Neutral Customization Framework

    A Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) application is same for any organization's product information as an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) application is to the organization's human and transactional information. Proper selection of the PLM application and its effective implementation help the organization to manage multiple products efficiently. All PLM applications provide...

    Provided By Geometric

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Application of Lean in Product and Manufacturing Engineering

    Shortening product development lead time, while reducing the cost and increasing reliability, is a perpetual challenge of engineering. This, coupled with changing consumer needs, doesn't make product development any easier. While manufacturing function has embraced the lean philosophy with relative ease and enthusiasm, it is a struggle for engineering due...

    Provided By Geometric

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    The Why and How of Design for Manufacturability Review Automation

    'Design For Manufacturability' (DFM) is a methodology that involves designing with an intent to minimize the cost of production and time-to-market, without compromising on the quality of the product. Various studies have proved that an error detected and rectified during the design stage costs almost 100-1000 times less than when...

    Provided By Geometric

  • White Papers // Aug 2011

    The Other Side of Design for Assembly

    'Design For Assembly is a process by which products are designed with ease of assembly in mind.' This is how Wikipedia begins the page on Design For Assembly (DFA). DFA recognizes the need to analyze both the part design and the whole product for any assembly problem early in the...

    Provided By Geometric

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Scriptless Test Automation: Next Generation Technique for Productivity Improvement in Software Testing

    GUI based Test automation is the activity of creating automated test scripts that can be run without human intervention. The authors run off the same UI that the end User or Customer would see. These scripts can cover a lot of application areas in a repeatable manner. They can cut...

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