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LiveWorx 2019

AM22CU - A Roller Coaster Ride to Tooling Management: How PACCAR Automated A Multi-division Tooling Asset and Cross-department Workflow Administration

Session Description

This session will take you through the roller coaster journey that PACCAR experienced when it decided to move away from multiple less transparent, non-integrated and non-automated database and communication management tools to a single, integrated and robust tooling management application. When PACCAR started this project they faced implementation challenges like migrating heterogeneous data from multiple sources and departments, vetting the data quality through multiple migration rehearsals, and more. However, the benefits of integration and automation outweighed the challenges and the end result was a consolidated tooling management interface with a single process for approving, purchasing and managing tools. Users experienced a reduction in turnaround time for tooling approvals making the process 81% more efficient. Tooling delays went down by 2 weeks. The automation eliminated manual entry, calculation errors and rework efforts. Users had visibility to 16,000+ shared tooling records across divisions.


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Automotive & Mobility
Systems Engineering
Learn how engineering efficiency and data integrity can be achieved through automation and linkage of engineering (CAD) and tooling data.
Hear how advanced workflow management capabilities within Windchill made cross department implementation a success.
Explore how it takes a village (enterprise-wide system integrations) to enhance a product lifecycle management tool.
Customer Success Story
45 minutes
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