Often we need to monitor our workflows and have something happen when certain criteria is met. With Fusion Lifecycle software, we can capitalize on the escalation function in a workflow to monitor a situation and act on it. Utilizing a “timer” workspace is an efficient way to accomplish this for types of records, such as supplier audits, calibration records, or maintenance items.
- Learn how to capitalize on the Escalation function in a workflow to monitor other records
- Learn how to link workflows of 2 different workspaces to accomplish an overall process
- Learn how to use scripting to invoke workflow actions on a timed basis
- Learn how to utilize the built-in functionality of Escalations to build timers for various workspaces and workflows
Pete Markovic is a Sr. Data Management Solutions Consultant with IMAGINiT Technologies specializing in PLM/PDM products and 3D CAD tools. He has over 20 years of experience working in many industries, including Construction Equipment, Automotive, Aerospace, Consumer Products, High Tech Electronics and Medical Device Manufacturing. Pete has been working with PLM/PDM products since 1995 beginning with IMAN and 3D CAD tools since 1992, beginning with Unigraphics v7. Throughout his career he has been involved with and has managed many PLM/PDM implementations of various systems, including Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle, Autodesk Vault, Teamcenter, Windchill PDMLink, Metaphase, and PTC Intralink. Pete specializes in working across multiple business areas to streamline business processes and adapt them to a PLM/PDM environment. Pete especially enjoys developing efficient data management solutions that address the challenges and business problems faced by manufacturing companies.