The company's initial thought was: No standard software can do this. We need a solution that is tailored to our specific needs. The software they had developed for them was indeed able to generate a bill of material, but that was about it. They also had to call in the external programmer whenever they wanted to implement changes. That was difficult because the programmer did not always have time for cargopack tägi and, additionally, only had a superficial understanding of the subject.
So maybe an ERP system would help them to manage their items? In fact, the software they now bought competently handled prices, quantities, delivery times and other accounting data and elegantly managed production times – but it was completely incapable of generating production documents.
In a third step they considered a CAD solution – when combining Autodesk AutoCAD and Inventor, they would be able to set a standard box and then edit it according to individual customer requirements. But would they be able to respond to customer requests fast enough?