IFS Applications CADLink:
Sync BOM Engineering data from CAD/PDM/PLM easily with CADLink
IFS CADLink lets engineers create Part List and BOM records from CAD to IFS Applications ERP that are identical to CAD models with the click of a button.
The direct integration eliminates manual data entry and clerical errors. Production and Purchasing and other downstream ERP users benefit from accurate drawing information identical to work order documentation.
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represent new parts that will be created in your IFS Applications ERP Part List.
Yellow fields data discrepancy between CAD and IFS such as description or BOM quantity.
Gray fields represent parts to be removed from your IFS Applications BOM.
Increase the speed of data flow from sales to engineering, procurement, and manufacturing
Streamlining the entire product development process by integrating your CAD systems (SOLIDWORKS, AutoCAD, CREO, Altium, CATIA, etc.) with your IFS Applications ERP solution gives you the edge in the competitive market. market. CADLink eliminates redundant data entry allowing engineers to focus on the designs and innovation.
With CADLink, you will see significant improvements in production speed, on-time shipments, and accuracy of IFS Applications engineering data with reductions in engineering cost, scrapped parts, and shop floor confusions.
Benefit from an accurate and up-to-date IFS data and improve your production throughput
In today’s fast paced industry, keeping your IFS Applications ERP engineering data accurate and synchronized with your engineering drawings and models quickly and accurately is critical in gaining a competitive edge. With IFS CADLink, you will see significant improvements in time to market, on-time shipments, and accuracy of IFS Applications ERP engineering data with reductions in engineering cost, scrapped parts, and shop floor confusions.