boston EXECUTIVE BREAKFAST

Modern Product Design Tour

Join us at Onshape’s Modern Product Design breakfast for a close-up look at how companies improve collaboration and their design processes in the cloud.

Date
Wednesday, October 30 | 9:00am - 11:00am

Location
The Westin Copley Place
10 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA
*Garage parking is available 

According to new research, 89% of executives and engineering managers say they need 24/7 real-time visibility into their company’s product design process – while 86% of engineers say they need to reduce errors due to working on the wrong version of a design or receiving critical information too late.

Hear CEO Jon Hirschtick discuss key findings in the State of Product Development & Hardware Design 2019 research report. Jon, who previously founded SOLIDWORKS, will also share how cloud-based CAD and data management is now solving decades-old design challenges.

At the breakfast, you will:
  • Explore how to increase efficiency across your product development teams.
  • Learn how to reduce delays and human error both inside and outside of your company.
  • Find out how you can boost innovation by extending CAD access via secure and instant sharing.
  • Understand how executives benefit from a 360 degree view into the design process.
  • Learn how a data-driven design differs from traditional file-based desktop CAD and traditional PDM data management.

 

Agenda:
9:00 am
Registration & Breakfast
9:15 am
The State of Product Development & Hardware Design
9:45 am
Product development in action: A Panel discussion with formlabs
10:15 am
Q&A/Demo
11:00 am
Event Concludes

 

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Presenters

Adam_Lebovitz

Adam Lebovitz

About:
Adam is a mechanical engineer at Formlabs, where he has worked for the past 6 years.
Jon_Hirschtick_182-232

Jon Hirschtick

About:
Jon is a Co-Founder and CEO of Onshape. Jon holds a Bachelor's and Master's from MIT, and has worked in CAD for over 30 years.
Craig_Broady

Craig Broady

About:
Craig is Technical Lead and a Mechanical Engineer at Formlabs, where he was worked since graduating MIT in 2012.
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