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Allan OLeary

PL1721: The Ugly Project Data Management Duckling Takes Flight

(Duration 55:04)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Navigate the revised web client interface
  • Search, view, and retrieve design documentation
  • Review item and BOM detail
  • Describe Vault Office capabilities

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

This class provides attendees with a deeper understanding of the Vault Professional, all-grown-up, next-generation web client interface. More than simply a coat of paint, the new, completely redesigned (almost unrecognizable) product delivers a much simpler, cleaner, and more powerful interface for users to consume data. The interface includes a number of important performance improvements that address a long list of user enhancement requests. Attendees will leave with a much better idea of how the new web client can be used in their business to streamline the flow of information out of engineering and design departments into other critical business units, as well as the role that Vault Office software can play in a more complete data management solution within their organization.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Current Vault Professional users or those who are evaluating Vault Professional for use in streamlining data sharing outside of the design team and who want to learn how they may be able to use Vault Office capabilities

Speakers

Speakers

Allan OLeary

Allan O'Leary is a Vault Product Manager based out of the San Francisco office. Allan has around 14 years' experience working with Autodesk design tools within the manufacturing industry as a designer and application engineer specializing in data management tools prior to joining Autodesk in 2008 as part of the Data Management team to focus on the delivery and implementation of Vault products.

Adam Luttenbacher

Adam is a Sr. User Experience Designer and has been with Autodesk for over 11 years. Years of experience with Autodesk's data management software has allowed Adam a significant role in improving the experience and quality along the way. Each year, educating and interacting directly with the user community at Autodesk University has always been a top priority for Adam.

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Tags

Published

  • 2013
  • PL1721
  • AU Las Vegas, I3D

Software

  • Vault Professional

Industries

  • Aerospace & Defense Equipment
  • Process Manufacturing
  • Manufacturing Other
  • Life Sciences Manufacturing
  • Industrial Machinery
  • Consumer products

Topics

  • PLM and Data Management