Cross-divisional processes are controlled using the Change Management. Change requests are transferred directly to the design. Detailed information about the type of change and the affected components is available. Based on this information, the designer can check the process and decide on a product change. Product changes are controlled by change requests in the business organization. A flexible task plan defines specific tasks for all relevant departments. The designer therefore always has an overview of the current processing status of the changes.
The following diagram shows how change management works.
The following table describes a sequence of tasks, with links to the topics that describe them.
|Set up the Engineering Change Reasons and Task Templates needed for change management.||Change Management Setup|
|Learn how to use Engineering Change Notices.||Eng. Change Notices|
|Learn how to use Engineering Change Orders.||Eng. Change Orders|
|Learn where changes are visible in the Role Center.||Change Management: Role Center|
|Replace or exchange drawings using the revision and verification mechanism.||Replace/Exchange Drawings|
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