Tell Us About It: How Is Interoperability Working Out For You?

In a perfect world, companies securely move data around and leverage it no matter the systems, suppliers, and in-house teams. They share their 3D models across the company, and at the same time dramatically shorten time to market, improve product quality, and lower development costs.

In a less-than-perfect world, product design is full of incompatibilities and delays. For example, how easy is it to create a 2D drawing from a 3D model really? And will the right people be able to view that 2D drawing once you’ve created it?

Take the 2013 3D Collaboration and Interoperability survey

David Prawel of Longview Partners and Chad Jackson of Lifecycle Insights have joined forces to uncover current trends in 3D collaboration and interoperability. In their new survey, they ask you about design data interoperability, model-based initiatives, and how you use (or don’t use) 3D across the enterprise.

No matter which 2D or 3D CAD system you use, please share your thoughts with them in this 15-minute survey.*

Curious about how others answer the same questions? Participate before April 26th, 2013, and they’ll thank you by sending a complimentary copy of the results.

*Individual data is never disclosed. We publish only collated responses.

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