Redefining the role of designers in the RFQ process

Motion simulation and animation tools have become an integral aspect of responding to RFQs. See how!

Geschätzte Wiedergabezeit 44 Minuten


Designer looking at a transmission in Simcenter 3D

Small and medium businesses (SMBs) are evolving, and designers are expected to perform tasks beyond their core function and contribute to winning new business, driving business growth. The role of designers is becoming increasingly demanding as SMBs target new markets, introduce newer, more complex products, and compete more ferociously. The pace is unimaginable.

For this reason, the role of designers needs to be redefined, and quickly. Designers should be equipped with state-of-the-art tools and embrace new workflows and processes. They should be enabled to quickly respond to quotations, conduct what-if studies, and define the project scope based on client requirements, all while focusing on their core function. The role of designers has been redefined, thanks to the advancements in tools and technologies available to SMBs. In this webinar, we will discuss how the role of designers is changing and what is enabling that change. Specifically, attend this webinar to learn more about:

Webinar agenda:

  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of the role of designers in the RFQ process
  • Explore the evolution of the RFQ process over the years and its impact on response times
  • Discover the motion simulation and animation tools and capabilities that complement the skills of designers and design engineers

Who should attend:

  • Owners and top management at small and medium businesses seeking to streamline their RFQ process.
  • Technical leadership and functional managers, including design and CAD managers, aiming to enhance the productivity of their design and engineering teams.
  • Designers and design engineers interested in exploring state-of-the-art tools and technologies to increase their effectiveness in their roles

Vorstellung der Referenten

Siemens Digital Industries Software

David Haag

Technical Marketing Engineer | Simcenter Mechanical Simulation

David Haag is a mechanical engineer with over 20 years of experience in new product development, industrial machine design, technical sales, and technical marketing. David is highly skilled in CAD and CAE, and has direct experience in NX, Simcenter 3D, Simcenter Femap, and Solid Edge. David also practices lifelong learning, is energetic, and enjoys mentoring others.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

David Lyell

Senior manufacturing marketing specialist

David Lyell is a marketing lead for small and medium-sized businesses. He develops content that resonates with companies as they search for solutions that meet their current and future needs. Before his time at Siemens, David worked throughout the manufacturing industry, from the shop floor to covering the manufacturing industry in print and digital media.

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