Speed up, simplify and do it without making mistakes. That is what process optimisation should look like. The daily practice of many companies is more difficult. We have found 4 common mistakes in process optimisation with CAD software and put a positive spin on them. Here's how to make a success of process optimisation using a CAD programme.
In an ideal process, there are as few steps and as few actions as possible between the signing of a quotation and the delivery of goods. You have undoubtedly tried to speed up and simplify that process. What actions have you eliminated? Have you been able to optimise by reducing the number of manual activities?
If you opt for process optimisation with CAD software, the software must of course be able to facilitate this. Being able to make adjustments to the software, or to build in a bit of flexibility, is a good thing. If, on the basis of progressive insight, employees arrive at a desired option to be added, then you must also want to add it immediately. You either do that yourself, or you choose to put that request to the supplier. At ISD, we solve this in a modular way and you, as a user, have more than average influence on this. The result is that employees are taken seriously because they see that a modification is quickly implemented. You also benefit from an optimal business process. Would you like to know more about our smart CAD software? This video introduces you to HiCAD.
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