Increased product complexity and shorter product lifecycles mean an increased need for innovation.
Pèrsego Paradigm Automation™ (Pèrsego PA™) offers organizations a more efficient and advanced system which leverages your software and engineering resources.
Pèrsego PA™ learns from prior success, expertise, and knowlege and builds on what already exists to gain efficiencies. Increased efficiencies means a stronger competitive advantage.
Call us today to work with a team who can navigate challenges to create real life solutions together.
Apply PA™ to reduce engineering design and development costs – case studies demonstrate up to a 70 % reduction in initial product development costs, and up to 90% reduction in engineering revision costs.
EMBED PRODUCT KNOWLEDGE AND BEST PRACTICES
Embed best practices and expert product knowledge of experienced engineers within the PA™ intelligence automation system; avoid revisiting past design decisions, and prevent design errors from ever happening.
Integrating engineering analysis within the computer software models; and simulating the performance, manufacture, of parts, assembly and for operation and maintenance.
Enhanced facilities for automatically validating design quality; instant availability of data on system (drawing retrieval time reduced to minimum);
REDUCE WARRANTY COSTS
Design, engineer and manufacture products with more consistent product quality and increased production efficiencies
SOURCE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Pèrsego PA™ allows you protect and extend the investment in existing technology by leveraging the valuable data, rules and design that already is contained in your existing systems and programs. This solution includes and unites all this knowledge through a “design once” solution that extends and enhances new design and knowledge.
ROI within 3 to 18 months of rollout. ROI varies depending on labour rates and investment in existing backend technologies. We can work with you to define your projected ROI with Pèrsego PA™
SPEED TIME TO MARKET
Interpolation possible for new product development; archiving the design practices and experience of the designers;