One of the best benefits of using SOLIDWORKS Electrical is not having to worry about using multiple software to do what you need to do. For example, an electrical designer needs to design a 3-phase motor starter system. He would first have to create a schematic, look up part information, manually update the text, then finally stumble through a long spreadsheet to update the changes he made. This process takes a lot of time and is error prone. Whereas, if the same designer were to use SOLIDWORKS Electrical, he would not have to worry about the manual work. Now, the engineer has more time to spend designing, rather than manual work.
The total time and money saving is tremendous when adding everything up at the end of the day.
This video shows a sped-up typical process of designing and documenting an electrical system using a regular 2D CAD software, then compares it to using SOLIDWORKS Electrical.