Your sales driver: total process integration

Companies want to use software mainly to help them save money and optimize business processes.

Using TraceParts you can achieve both these goals. It will help integrate both your internal and
external procedures, ranging from supplying digital CAD and product data to receiving orders.

This creates a win-win situation for you as a component manufacturer and for your customers too. It allows both sides to cut cycle times, leverage efficiencies and enhance quality.

Thanks to TraceParts, bring your CAD drawings and technical data at the heart of your sales & marketing strategy, and convert them into purchase orders!

Source: Bosch Rexroth AG
1 › Data Creation
Modeling configured CAD data from components
Flexible use of electronic or printed catalogs as the starting point
Creation of accurate, high-quality CAD models
Linking with all product-related data, such as dimensions and technical specifications
Configuration of complex product variants

2 › Publishing
Publish CAD data in one of the world's leading component libraries, which currently has over 1.7 million users
Steadily growing numbers of users thanks to active marketing by TraceParts
Integrating and supplying product data on manufacturers' own websites
Creating company-specific CD-ROMs and web catalogs

3 › CAD/PDM integration
Supplying native formats for integration with all CAD systems currently available on the market
Seamless interaction with CAD users' PDM systems
Customer-specific classification and specification of components, for instance, by including specific parts list information and attributes

4 › ERP integration
Transferring all the necessary order and parts list information to the parts purchaser's ERP system

Source: Bosch Rexroth AG
5 › Ordering
Seamless implementation of order process
Reducing process costs for component manufacturers and customers

1. Data Creation 2. Publishing 3. CAD/PDM integration 4. ERP integration 5. Ordering 1. Data Creation 2. Publishing 3. CAD/PDM integration 4. ERP integration 5. Ordering