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The modern engineer’s toolset

Chad Jackson

Product performance | Product design

Today, designing new products is more complex than ever and time is limited. Research shows that only 15% of all engineering projects go as planned, hitting their release dates without a shift in resources. Why is it so difficult? Numerous trends such as product complexity, short project schedules, and more non-value added tasks have undermined the effectiveness and productivity of engineers.

The traditional engineering toolset is no longer enough. New technologies combined into a modern engineering toolset make a measurable impact on organizational performance. Engineers using modern capabilities recreate data less frequently, eliminate non-value added tasks, and hit their release dates more than twice as frequently. Learn about the different components of the modern engineers toolset used to the design the products of today and the future.