Webinar: 'Cleanse: Methods of data cleansing'

Target group
  • Standards Department
  • Strategic Purchasing
  • Process Planning
  • Design Department
  • Master data cleansing (improvement of data quality)
  • Standardization and consolidation (removal of useless part proliferation)
  • Setup of a classification
  • Automatic classification

In your opinion, improving data quality is a bottomless pit? You believe that classification, standardization, consolidation and harmonization are longsome, tedious and useless efforts?

It is a fact that the better the data quality gets, the faster you can reduce your part proliferation and avoid useless parts by part reuse in the future. In short, high quality data is basic requirement in order to unlock potential benefits of part management in your company in the first place.

With this webinar gain insights in many facets of data cleansing - the most efficient method to improve your data quality. With this webinar find out the measures, processes and set of rules that make sense in consideration of your individual company structure; and estimate realistically the benefits for your budget you can expect within the scheduled project time.




upcoming dates of this webinar:  
Friday, July 15th, 2016 at 09:30am CEST (Webinar German)


Friday, July 15th, 2016 at 02:00pm CEST (Webinar English)


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These burning questions will be answered:     Further items covered by the webinar:  
  • Why is standardization no innovation killer but a prerequisite for innovation?
  • How can you improve data quality with minimum effort and see the big leverage effect on amount of work for material sourcing, process planning, production and service?
  • How can you harmonize (standardize) with smart processes and simple rules automatically and recognize duplicates immediately?
  • What synergies can you produce (e.g. after a merger) with a relatively small budget?
  • How can you integrate a fully-automated geometric analysis of duplicates and clusters into your daily work process?
  • How can you find a suitable classification structure and attributes for your company?
  • How can you structure your classification in order to receive the highest potential benefits and to retrieve your parts, components, solutions and its specifications, and any existing company knowledge quickly?
  • What unbelievable automatism can you use to classify?
  • Introduction of best practices from finished part management projects.
  • Short introduction and theoretical/technical background of the CADBAS solution portfolio - an overview of the "State of the Part" of part management - with its different methods and search procedures that can be applied and customized to any use case/application.
  • Final discussion / Q&A, e.g. "How do I start a part management project in my company and how can I estimate required time, capacities and budgets?".