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Written by Thomas Schubbach

Posted on March 20, 2024

Welcome to the fourth blog text in our #readyfor2024 series! In this his blog, I delve into how easy it is for you to start using Cadmatic solutions. Many tools on the market need months to be fully productive and to add value. I outline how you can quickly enhance your productivity in your engineering and the steps required. I guarantee you will be surprised how quickly and easily you can do it with Cadmatic.

The CAD software implementation process typically follows the OODA model – Observe-Orient-Decide-Act. This ensures that best-fit solutions are designed based on the unique situation and internal work processes of each organization. The importance of each step in this approach should not be underestimated. Without proper analysis of the existing work processes currently employed at your company it is unwise to rush CAD implementation.

It's easy to underestimate the significance of this process, dismissing it as a simple task confined to a few teams. But make no mistake, seamless implementation is the cornerstone of success, impacting every aspect of a company.

But implementation isn't a one-size-fits-all affair. Whether you're introducing a new software module or undertaking a full-scale design overhaul, each project is unique, requiring tailored strategies to meet your specific needs and goals.

At Cadmatic we have long experience helping our customers with software implementation. The outstanding uniqueness of Cadmatic is the short timeline and the minimum level of resources you need compared to other vendors.

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Phase 1: Collecting information about work processes and standards

In the first phase of the project, all the relevant information required for successful project implementation is collected. Meetings are organized with your experts to identify the main scope of the implementation plan, the key persons involved, and to scan the current work processes. Depending on the scope of the project and specific needs, this phase can be focused on one particular aspect, or it can be an extensive evaluation of the complete digital landscape in your company.

Phase 2: Implementation plan

Once all the necessary information about your planned software use, operations, processes, network, and requirements has been gathered, the implementation plan can be drawn up. Besides the scope of the project, suggestions for best industry practices can be tabled and options discussed.

Phase 3: Execution of training and implementation

Once the implementation plan has been drawn up and agreed, the implementation project is started. Project management at this stage ensures that the implementation project stays on track and that any deviations are identified immediately and rectified.

Phase 4: Post training and extended support

Once the training and the first project with Cadmatic software has been completed, the need for assistance services is significantly reduced or eliminated. At this stage, a range of support services are still available to keep operation at optimal levels. All users have access to the Cadmatic Academy with video training courses and other materials. In addition, Cadmatic has a Customer Support Portal, a documentation portal a technical manager, easy remote project assistance, user community and many more.

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If you have a look at the market, you will see that with other solution providers you have to plan 2 years of service for full implementation combined with a minimum 6-digit contribution and costs. This does not contain your internal resources.
What if you can have integration, validation, interoperability, and many more within a few or one month depending on the scope of your planned project? And costwise, I guarantee that your ROI is within the first 12 months.


Cadmatic has over 35 years of experience in implementing design software for engineering companies. We have well-developed strategies to meet diverse needs and deal with any potential situations. By having an implementation plan and strategy that can be adapted to your unique circumstances and the selected use of your engineering and Information management software, we give you a clear idea of how the implementation process can be customized and monitored.

Often, the implementation phase is only the first step in long and fruitful cooperation, as we value long-term relationships with our customers and aim to provide not only software and services, but cooperation in the future.

For more information pop me an email or visit our website. If you enjoyed reading this blog text, stay tuned for next one titled “Reduce to the max”.