Thursday, January 20, 2011

Formtek to Deliver Engineering Data Management Webinar

Formtek to Deliver Engineering Data Management Webinar

On February 3, 2011, Formtek's Chief Technology Officer, Dick Weisinger, will present a webinar, sponsored by Alfresco, entitled: Engineering Data Management Module for Alfresco.

The Formtek Engineering Data Management (EDM) Module is a pre-packaged extension to the Alfresco data repository and Share application that is designed to improve the management, accessibility and search capability of engineering data. The EDM Module provides pre-configured content models specific to the needs of engineering organizations for the management of drawings and documents within the Alfresco repository.

Within Alfresco Share, the EDM Module provides packaged view, edit and advanced search forms that enable engineering metadata to be displayed, edited and efficiently searched. The EDM Module also supports popular AutoCAD® file formats, including DWG, DXF and DWF. Thumbnails and Flash (SWF) previews of AutoCAD files are automatically generated for display and use within the Share Document Library.

To register for this event, visit Alfresco's registration page.

For additional information about Formtek's Engineering Data Management offerings, download the product data sheet or contact:

About Formtek: For over two decades, Formtek has been providing mission-critical Enterprise Document and Content Management solutions and services to some of the most demanding industrial operations in the world. Our capabilities and experience, particularly in the areas of engineering drawing management, technical document management, and secure collaboration, have helped both small organizations as well as large global enterprises manage their most important information assets. Formtek solutions address real, day-to-day document management, content management, and records management requirements for worldwide customers in manufacturing, aerospace, defense, telecommunication, utility, and government.

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