Industries We Work With
The aerospace sector remains one of the most pressured industries across the world. The constant demands for profit maximisation in the face of cost minimisation are very apparent. With the intense competition and sky rocketing fuel and material prices, the need for complete value chain management is ever more present. With ever more complex design and manufacturing processes being undertaken, the need for tighter and more complex quality and certification processes to be created. This is where Design Rule comes into its element. With the use of the latest platforms from Dassault Systèmes, Design Rule can help your business accelerate market-driven innovations through integrated solutions.
Across the industrial equipment sector, manufacturers are being forced to find new and innovative ways to capture opportunities within this dynamic and complex global business environment. Within the sector many manufacturers are facing up to growing demands and challenges such as shrinking profit margins, shorter product lifecycles and an unprecedented demand for growth. There is also an increasing trend for investment and use of developing and emerging markets for both manufacturing and revenue capture.
Whether you are in Retail Banking, Investment Banking or Fund Management, the need to develop client focused, cross-asset products and integrated systems to support product innovation is paramount. In digitising manual processes, financial institutions are able to collaborate with greater transparency, achieve higher levels of customer loyalty, and significantly increase productivity and above all profitability.
Design Rule are now seen as one of the industry leaders in Design, Collaboration and Program Management for all ENOVIA and CATIA based products within the Automotive Industry. We understand that Automotive suppliers and OEMs face some of the greatest challenges of all the industry sectors - the demand for ‘100% First Time Quality’ forces companies to take absolute control of all their data and processes, while at the same time adhering to a mandate of whole supply chain cost reductions. This coupled with the need for truly global, borderless collaborations and continued development innovation has placed huge strains on the profitability of operations.
Encapsulated in the very nature of the sector, high-tech electronics are quick moving and very reliant on rapid innovation and connectivity. These needs are directly linked to increasingly narrow windows of opportunity in a dynamic and globally competitive marketplace. Products are becoming consistently more complex in line with consumer demands and the requirements for more stringent regulations are required. Design Rule recognises that organizations must react to intense increases in the pressure on profits as product lifecycles shorten, supply chains expand, regulatory requirements mount, and globalization and out-sourcing increase. These challenges demand a complete end-to-end enterprise PLM solution that can be scaled to the needs of the extended enterprise.
The Marine and Offshore sector is one of creative imagination, offset by the need for extremely high manufacturing standards. Design Rule can help businesses face these challenges, by making use of the excellence of Dassault Systèmes Design, Collaboration and Program Management based products.
This sector is under consistent pressure to deliver projects on time and within shrinking budgets. This coupled with the ever tightening health and safety restrictions and governmental standards, is creating a growing demand for improvements to information and documentation distribution channels. Companies in the global energy industry are under intense pressure. Power demand is growing exponentially and must be met. Compliance with increasingly stringent health, safety and environmental regulations is mandatory.
The complexity of this sector is obvious; the ever growing demand for delivery of documentation and compliance is staggering. Stringent government and FDA regulations are putting real stress on the management of the sector. The speed of which new and redesigned products is increasing along with the global collaborative requirements. All of these areas require addressing to aid potential future investment to materialise.