Austin, TX — Citius Corporation announced their software integrates with Autodesk Inventor 2010 software. Manufacturers use Autodesk Inventor 2010 to create digital prototypes for a wide range of engineer to order products. KBMax will automate those custom designs and accelerate corresponding price quote processes. More efficient engineering and sales gives manufacturers a competitive advantage in a tough economy.
Autodesk Inventor is an industry leader in 3D mechanical design, product simulation, tooling creation, and design communication with thousands of worldwide users. Autodesk Inventor 2010 includes hundreds of new features that help engineers design, visualize, and simulate their products. Autodesk developed the new version to provide the ultimate in engineering power and flexibility and take users beyond 3D to Digital Prototyping.
Citius combined Knowledge Based Engineering and Configurator applications to develop KBMax. This hybrid Knowledge Based Configurator (KBC) software automates all phases of the product design quote cycle. Repetitive manual tasks in design, production, and sales are all eliminated. The result lowers operational expenses while adding valuable time for companywide innovation.
Simple inputs into KBMax inputs automatically build product specific drawings and models in Autodesk Inventor 2010. Those same inputs automatically link to the company knowledge base to produce instant bills of materials and price quotes. Engineering and sales departments use a seamless platform to meet customer requirements.
Trial users integrating KBMax and Autodesk Inventor 2010 noticed reductions of 90% in engineer to order design and quote times. Citius offers an ROI Calculator on its website to estimate companywide savings with KBMax
KBMax is a recognized Autodesk Partner Product that automates engineering and sales processes.
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