Engineering Change Simulation: Reducing your time-to-market
Register here and learn how to reduce your time-to-market for changing core engineering processes. In this 30-minute webcast, SAP Industry Expert Mitchell Clark will demonstrate how engineering change simulation, using SAP HANA-based technology, can forecast the impact of engineering changes before implementation.
During the presentation, Mr. Clark will also discuss some of the most common questions posed by stakeholders during the engineering change process. Examples of these types of questions are:
- How do I perform simulation and “What-If Analysis” to analyze the impact of engineering change on different departments (i.e., sales, procurement, production planner, plant management, costing, etc.) within my organization?
- How do I centrally manage the impact of an engineering change before implementation?
- How do I collaborate across the different business units to collect the input before triggering to implement the engineering change?
Please register here and join us on Tuesday, February 24th, 2015 at 11:30am EST for the webcast!
Can’t make it on the 24th or eager to learn more about engineering change simulation? No problem! You can also learn about Engineering Change Simulation during a half-day workshop at SAP in Newtown Square on March 17th, 2015. Register here to attend this informative and interactive in-person session!
About the presenter:
Mitchell Clark is a Solution Manager in the Customer Innovation & Strategic Projects development organization at SAP Labs. He has 17 years of SAP experience in various capacities including consulting, industry solutions and development. He has deep SAP expertise in areas including manufacturing, supply chain, SAP HANA and Analytics and extensive industry/process knowledge of discrete manufacturing. Prior to SAP, he worked as a design and service engineer for an industrial manufacturer of fire protection equipment.
Clark is an expert at identifying and analyzing business challenges and opportunities and translating them into software solutions that provide significant business value. He has provided this expertise to dozens of manufacturing companies of all sizes from Fortune 100 to 100 person businesses.
Clark has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Syracuse University and an Executive Masters in Management of Technology from the University of Pennsylvania (Wharton School of Business and Moore School of Engineering)