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ANSYS Engineering Knowledge Manager
Posted Wed April 09, 2008 @04:17PM
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News ANSYS, Inc. introduces the ANSYS Engineering Knowledge Manager (EKM), a new product focused on simulation process and data management (SPDM). SPDM presents a whole new set of challenges to CAE practitioners.

Effective collaboration and communication — the ability to transfer essential information from one individual or group to another, getting the right data to the right person at the right time and capturing engineering expertise — is essential to successful product and process development in today’s global environment.


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EKM is aimed at meeting these challenges with extensive capabilities for archival and management of simulation data, historic tracking of files and data, advanced search and retrieval, report generation and simulation comparison, process and workflow automation, collaboration tools, and capture and deployment of best practices.

ANSYS EKM provides solutions and benefits to all levels of the enterprise, from the individual engineer interested in spending less time handling data and more time focusing on true engineering efforts to the entire organization looking for increased productivity in all aspects of its simulation activities. It enables the enterprise to address the many critical issues associated with simulation data including backup and archival, traceability and audit trail, process automation, collaboration and capture of engineering expertise, and IP protection.

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