A Better Way to Sync MBOMs with EBOMs

Sync your MBOMs with EBOMs to Boost Productivity, Improve Agility and Seamlessly Collaborate

As a product definition transitions from engineering to production, it is the manufacturing engineers who possess the expertise to transform an engineering definition (or EBOM) into the format required for procurement and manufacturing. This crucial information is documented in the manufacturing definition (or MBOM).

Production teams rely on this data to be delivered in a specific manner to seamlessly integrate it with shop floor and purchasing systems. Therefore, the MBOM serves as a vital tool in this key phase of the product development lifecycle.

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With MBOMs Linked to EBOMs, Bottlenecks and Risks Evaporate

To illustrate, your system for creating and sharing an MBOM would be to integrate within a single environment and connect to the engineering definition. Digital continuity allows your team to enhance speed, minimize errors, and eliminate rework. As a result, you can effortlessly respond to engineering changes and seamlessly transfer information for downstream production processes.

On the 3DEXPERIENCE® platform in the cloud, manufacturing engineers can easily create, modify, and align MBOMs. Equally, this solution helps your team increase productivity, improve agility, and collaborate seamlessly. Easily create and modify your MBOM, keeping it synchronized with an EBOM, using the Manufacturing Items Engineer role on the cloud-based 3DEXPERIENCE platform.

By downloading this eBook, your team will discover ways to:

  • Boost Productivity: Enhance speed, reduce risk, and streamline workflows.
  • Be Agile: Quickly evaluate and implement changes, maintain alignment, and reduce complexity.
  • Collaborate Seamlessly: Eliminate silos, proactively manage the MBOM lifecycle, and assign responsibilities effectively.


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To get more information about how you can improve engineering and manufacturing collaboration, download the “Bridging the Gap Between Engineering and Manufacturing” eBook.