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Working from home requires new approaches that replicate the type of in-person collaboration your engineering teams are accustomed to. With Autodesk collaboration software you can securely access your data, conduct design reviews, and keep your team productive wherever they are.
Factory shutdowns and massive shifts in demand have caused disruption to supply chains globally. As you adapt your strategy to reduce risk and ensure production continuity, Autodesk PLM software can help you manage and collaborate with your new and existing suppliers.
Physical distancing measures have created a need for reconfigured production lines that ensure employee safety. With Autodesk Factory Design Utilities, you can redesign layouts, incorporate new safety elements, evaluate the impact on productivity, and plan an efficient implementation.
See tips and practices to support employees in working from and ensure your remote workforce stays productive as the COVID-19 situation evolves.
How will COVID-19 impact the global supply chain? One outcome is a less global, more regional world, which may have positive payoffs for climate change.
As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads, medical workers face shortages of supplies. Learn 5 ways companies are pivoting manufacturing to meet this urgent need.
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