You’re in a small shop of 10 people, or you’re working in a company with hundreds of users who break into teams to deliver a project. What you share in common is the need to effectively collaborate and manage the data. You’ve had a look at Data Management and it looks like it will solve some significant business needs, but you don’t know how to present it to your manager, or who to ask for more information. Join us in this class where we’ll talk about use cases for Data Management, from small customer needs to those solving the needs of the enterprise. We’ll talk about Data Management for those who have needs in manufacturing to those who may want to use it to help them manage civil or architectural data. We’ll also discuss ways you can go back to your office, understand and assess your requirements, choose the appropriate product, and have an understanding of what software, hardware and training requirements will be necessary to present a business case to your manager.
- Discover what each version of Vault does
- Discover simple-use cases for workflow management
- Discover simple-use cases for Data Management
- Learn how to present a business case to your manager
Tim has worked in I.T. since 1982 and has operated his own company, NetWise Since 1994 offering consulting services as an systems engineer, solutions architect and systems integrator. He became involved with Autodesk in 2008 while optimizing workflows for Inventor/Vault integration into and ERP as well as selecting an FEA solution for a large Curtainwall customer. He is responsible for all things IT for his clients including management analysis, Business process analysis & acting as an HR recruiter. He is involved with system design, software/hardware selection and acquisition, implementation, training, and cross application development; acting as a facilitator between application vendors. Tim has recently joined the Autodesk team as a Data Management Implementation Consultant. He has attended AU since 2009 and has presented many classes on a variety of subjects including data management, implementation, IT, BIM & FEA.
Kevin Robinson has spent the last 20 years absorbing, applying, and evangelizing CAD/product data management (PDM)/product lifecycle management (PLM) technologies. Over the years he has held roles as an end user, drafter, designer, CAD administrator, technical support, trainer, consultant, demo guy, manager, marketing, pre-sales engineering, sales management, business developer, and product management. Has taught at AU for over 10 years covering AutoCAD, Inventor, Vault, PLM, IoT and CAD management topics