As of now the PARTsolutions app for Windows 10 is available
Find components with your mobile device in an easy and fast way, in your own standard, supplier and self-designed parts world
PARTsolutions – The Strategic Parts Management for your pants pocket
“We constantly develop for our customers. Thus it was important to us to provide the PARTsolutions app to Windows 10 users“, Jürgen Heimbach, CEO of CADENAS, explained. “It is the first and only parts management app, making standard, supplier and self-designed parts together with ERP and CAD data available for mobile devices.“
Always handy – for projects or at meetings
For a long time, the Strategic Parts Management PARTsolutions has been supporting engineers effectively to find standard, supplier and self-designed parts in the company in an intelligent way, to manage them and reduce parts multiplicity, avoid duplicate copies and eventually save costs.
The new CADENAS app offers a multitude of different features to have PARTsolutions also at hand in meetings with your mobile device:
The planning phase of products gets a lot easier. Already during the first project planning discussions, engineers can look for suitable parts in the company with a tablet or smartphone. In doing so, finding components is fast and easy: The app has extensive intelligent search methods such as the Geometric Similarity Search or 2D sketch search. This way components are found quickly and simply by means of their CAD geometries and can be compared with each other. For this, the respective standard, supplier and self-designed parts can be displayed in a 3D preview.
Moreover, users can also call up ERP information about the components such as price, availability etc., from systems like SAP.
Mobile access, from the PARTsolutions app to data of the company owned parts management, is enabled by using the PARTapplication server for apps.
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