Webinar: Empower Downstream Operations with Live Engineering Data Part 1

by David Salamanek

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Operations with Live Engineering Data


SEAL Systems and CENIT are collaborating to offer a webinar on SAP engineering change management and data package distribution. The webinar will demonstrate best practices in automating your SAP engineering change management and CAD workflows to process, release, package, and distribute information including viewable files.

SAP Engineering Change Management – What Is It?

SAP Engineering Change Management uses Engineering Change Masters (ECM) in SAP to provide BOMs, Rate Routings and Reference Rate Routings history. It creates simple change master records and engineering change requests.

Engineering change management can be used to:

  • Link documents to other SAP objects that are affected by the change
  • Add a time reference to a document with the valid-from date from the change master record
  • and more…

Achieve Effective SAP Change Management

Part 1 of our two-webinar series will teach you how to achieve effective SAP Change Management using workflows with engineering data resulting in secure, stamped and compliant drawings and information.

Join the webinar on March 19 to see:

  • An assembly maneuver through a detailed work and change process.
  • Stamps and watermarks applied to the workflow to ensure reliable and secure data.
  • How parts are released and built into Material Masters for use throughout SAP.

With reliable enterprise distribution and secure, accurate information forming critical components for every business unit, SEAL Systems and CENIT will show you how to get it done and reduce wasted time while eliminating costly errors.

  • To register for Part 1 of the webinar, click here.
  • To register for Part 2 of the webinar, click here.

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