Learn More About DELMIAWorks SHOPWORKS at 3DEXPERIENCE World 2022

The most valuable conversations we have every day are with our customers. Their challenges, needs, and requirements continue to be an excellent source of our own innovation. DELMIAWorks SHOPWORKS reflects our commitment to keep innovating by collaborating with them and delivering an easily configurable series of Work Center dashboards designed to improve shop floor efficiency. We’re accomplishing this by integrating with RealTime™ data capture into the application, helping to reduce their reliance on paper-based reporting.

SHOPWORKS, a touchscreen, web-based shop floor interface, improves production efficiency with configurable Work Center dashboards.  Key benefits include streamlining data access and RealTime™ information collection and availability, improving quality, and reducing costs for optimal operations performance. SHOPWORKS digitizes manufacturing operations and improves production efficiency.

During the SHOPWORKS development cycle, we kept three main objectives in mind. The first objective was around simplifying the shop floor operator with the goal to increase adoption and empower supervisors and operations manager with the ability to preset machine operator workflows, creating a connected worker environment.

The second objective was to deliver a fully integrated solution to our finite scheduling and ERP system, breaking down silos and seamlessly delivering the latest schedule changes to the production floor while enforcing a schedule sequence but while flexible enough to override via escalated privileges.

The third objective addresses connecting diverse workforce communities with a tailored, customizable legacy nomenclature to increase its adoption. We continue to address diverse workforce communities by providing an easy-to-deploy and maintain, multi-lingual solution.

The SHOPWORKS role delivers the opportunity to connect your people, equipment, and throughput using a paperless environment with minimal infrastructure and operational costs.

What do some of the SHOPWORKS features look like?

The connected worker has the capability to customize the dashboard layout experience to easily access the activities the operator uses the most. So each shop floor operator, permanent or temporary, can have a personalized experience, allowing quick onboarding and effective flow through essential production operator tasks including: Tasking in and out jobs, reporting downtime, rejects, and production.

Additionally, the connected worker can quickly identify job progress, and access the latest, approved documents assigned to the Bill of Manufacture, Inventory Item, and Customer.

Please join our hands-on session “A Day in the Life of a Production Operator using 3DLean® and SHOPWORKS” on Monday, February 7th at 4:30PM ET at 3DEXPERIENCE World 2022.

Attend virtually for free! 

Virtual attendees can attend for free! That’s right. We have decided that everyone can attend virtually 3DEXPERIENCE World 2022…for free. What does that get you? Glad you asked. Virtual attendees will get access to:

  • 3 Days of General Sessions
  • 200+  Breakout Sessions
  • Breakout Sessions Q&A community
  • 3DEXPERIENCE Platform Hands-on Sessions
  • 45+ Meet-up Sessions
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Certification Exams (Up to $500 value)
  • 3DEXPERIENCE Playground
  • Model Mania Contest
  • Access to Solution and Business Partner Booths
  • SOLIDWORKS Live
  • Book meetings with product experts in the Dassault Systèmes Booth
  • Games
  • And more.

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Cris Romo

Cris Romo

DELMIAWorks Roles Portfolio Senior Manager, Dassault Systèmes Cris is a true partner to everyone on her team, focusing on innovative solutions while building long-lasting customer relations by addressing industry and business requirements. Cris joined DELMIAWorks as an application specialist playing a key role in launching their new services model and the Advanced Warehouse Management module implementation contributing to development and testing, ensuring clients are successful across different verticals.
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