World class product manufacturer leverages Thomas's technology to offer richer product data and 3D CAD models
TE-CO Workholding has integrated its website with the Navigator Platform, a Thomas technology that allows TE-CO to provide its customers with thousands of CAD models and product specifications.
The announcement follows a recent partnership between the two companies that emerged to help TE-CO and its distributors improve efficiencies in the availability and flow of rich product data to provide end-users with a better digital experience when searching for TE-CO products.Read More »
Modern eCatalogs deliver the data that your customers are demanding. But with all the bells and whistles out there, it can be difficult to assess the best deal and best fit for your organization.
There are a few features to look for in a platform in order to deliver the best digital customer experience possible to your customers and prospects. Thomas has put together four criteria that you’ll want to ask for and see in action when it comes time to choosing your dynamic eCatalog.Read More »
ENGINEERING.com recently featured Thomas in an article detailing the approaches Building Product Manufacturers (BPMs) are taking to respond to building information modeling (BIM), a new process for designing and constructing commercial buildings.Read More »
Amphenol Canada customers will have streamlined access to CAD models, part specifications and other rich product data.
In an effort to deliver on-demand access to its 3D CAD library and deliver a positive digital customer experience, Amphenol Canada is implementing the Thomas eCatalog and dynamic CAD solution on its website.Read More »
Enrich Data, Boost Manufacturing Sales: How Manufacturers and Distributors Can Bridge The Service Gap
Manufacturers and distributors rely on each other to support and grow their respective businesses, both of which are based on a mutual goal: Sales.
But what happens when monthly figures show sales below expectations? Despite unsatisfactory results, both parties simply rationalize the problem as “the way it is” and grudgingly continue to tolerate the problem rather than solve it.Read More »
Digitized information can make the most complex processes simpler and more efficient — especially for complex industrial parts.
By delivering rich and detailed digital product information, manufacturers are increasingly optimizing their product data offerings with CAD files, drawings and configurable components, differentiating their digital customer experience from their competitors.Read More »
In an effort to connect with potential customers, many manufacturers have established a web presence for their companies. But the leading manufacturers know that simply having a website isn’t enough to fulfill customers’ needs.
Most manufacturer websites include product information at a basic level. As an industry professional, you know that “basic” isn’t found in the vocabulary of engineers, designers, and procurement managers — these customers thrive on comprehensive product data, such as CAD models, drawings, and spec sheets.Read More »
For instance, it used to be that an engineer might talk with a supplier about his need for a surface mount connector — from what he would use it for to the exact dimensions that he required. The supplier would then provide a drawing by fax or email, and 30 minutes or more of conversations would follow, along with additional drawings until both sides agreed on the "perfect fit."Read More »