Original air date February 8, 2024

Unlocking time and budget savings for design, consulting engineers

Digital databases can help streamline and optimize workflows for electrical and mechanical engineers

Attendees qualify for a certificate of completion or 0.1 Continuing Educational Units (CEU) after successful completion of a test for mySchneider portal members.

Engineer and design professionals have to embrace digital solutions for increased efficiency. Adopting a database-driven platform can help mechanical, structural or electrical firms realize substantial time and cost gains. A lack of digitization and centralization exacerbates inefficiencies, hindering progress for firms that are slow to embrace digital technology.

Working in a database workflow offers distinct advantages over traditional Microsoft Word documents. With the right strategies for workflow optimization, digitization can transform the specification process for engineering firms of all sizes. Join us to discover the distinct advantages of working in a database workflow compared to traditional Word documents. The session will delve into the transformative impact of digitization on the specification process, offering practical insights and strategies for optimizing your workflow.


Learning objectives:

  • Learn to accurately outline the fundamentals of a database-driven platform.
  • Assess the functionality of a database-driven platform.
  • Identify the features that distinguish database-driven platforms over traditional documentation methods.
  • Explore the efficiency gains achieved by working within a centralized database system.

Presented By:
Gary Christensen, Client Education Manager, RIB Software

Moderated By:
Anna Steingruber, Associate Editor, CFE Media and Technology

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