aPriori Announces Regional Cost Insight Event Nov 7-10 in Bangalore, India
aPriori Technologies, the leading provider of automated Product Cost Management (PCM) simulation solutions, announces today that it will produce a regional Cost Insight conference in Bangalore, India on Nov 7, 2017. Automated PCM solutions with native integration to industry leading CAD software enable you to implement Simulation Driven Design, Design to Cost (DTC) and Design for Manufacturability (DFM) programs within your globally distributed product development & delivery teams, all of which help improve product profitability.
|Date||November 7, 2017 – Cost Insight Conference
November 8 – 10, 2017 – Customer Training
66, Residency Road
Bangalore, 560025, India
+91 80666 04545
Who Can Attend?
All companies that are current customers of aPriori are invited to attend. Any other manufacturers headquartered within India or the broader Asia/Pacific region that are interested in learning more about PCM are also invited to this day long program. Individuals with job titles such as Cost Engineer, Designer, Design Engineer, Buyer and Supply Chain Manager will all find something valuable at this event.
For More Information, please visit our Cost Insight Event web page.
aPriori software and services generate hard-dollar product cost savings for discrete manufacturing and product innovation companies. Using aPriori’s real-time product cost assessments, employees in engineering, sourcing and manufacturing make more-informed decisions that drive costs out of products pre- and post-production. With aPriori, manufacturers launch products at cost targets, maximize savings in re-work projects and avoid overpaying for sourced parts. To learn more about aPriori and its product cost management solutions and services, visit www.apriori.com or call 1.978.371.2006. To see an overview demonstration of aPriori, click here.
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