Recently, employers are faced with a new variety of challenges. In 2020, employers are looking for ways to cut cost and maintain their employees. Covid-19 has even made it harder to do business, especially in the service industry.
TPM, Inc., the Southeast’s leading 2D and 3D design technology provider, is hosting a live virtual Manufacturing Design Technology Summit on Monday, October 5th and Tuesday, October 6th to discuss the future of manufacturing design technology.
Mike DeKoning, Technical Solutions Consultant, MFG
A guide to post-COVID office equipment
Want to maximize the digital collaboration Studio Sessions has to offer? Master these Revu capabilities first.
Bluebeam Revu has for many years been among the top software programs for professionals in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry. It allows users to view, mark up and edit PDF documents in a manner that is exponentially more organized and efficient than the former paper-based process. And with the release of Revu 20, users now have enhanced capabilities at their disposal.
Recently, many of the construction firms we work with have asked for tips on how to keep up effective production while also creating new workflows that lead to better efficiency. In short, how do you change the tires on a car when you have to keep driving?
The TPM Professional Services Roadmap
How do you define success? We talk about this every day with our customers. We often hear about goals to reduce errors, increase innovation, decrease time to market, optimize workflows, and improve win rates in their businesses, but that can be a real struggle. At TPM, we define success through our ability to help our customers achieve their goals so they can improve designs, increase efficiency, and ultimately win more business.
If you have been tasked with switching from Autodesk Multi-User (MU) (server based licensing) to Single-User (SU) (username based licensing), the TPM service team have some tips on how to make the process a lot smoother.
If you’ve been hearing about vendor consolidation, you may be asking if it could benefit your business. It can. Here’s how.
What is vendor consolidation?
Vendor consolidation is a supply chain management strategy that involves reducing your vendor base to a few select partners. It’s an overall cost-reduction approach that relies on economies of scale to trim prices, lower incoming freight costs, improve quality, strengthen supply agreements, and enhance vendor acquisition.
What does vendor consolidation do for your business?
Vendor consolidation shrinks your supply chain management costs.