ENOVIA ECO Workshop Training

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Classroom: 2 Sessions, 7 Hours Each
Virtual: Not Currently Available

Class #: EN104

During the ENOVIA ECO Workshop, attendees will learn the primary components of the ENOVIA system, specifically related to Engineering Change Orders and Change Actions. In addition to learning the basics, attendees will be able to discuss configuration choices available in ENOVIA to help decide key elements as you begin to integrate engineering change into your ENOVIA system.

Class Details

  • ENOVIA Change Orders

  • ENOVIA Change Actions
  • ENOVIA Change Order Configuration Options
  • ENOVIA Change Order Lifecycles
  • ENOVIA Change Order Routes
  • ENOVIA Change Order Roles

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