Adept provides document and drawing control, engineering change management and advanced 2D / 3D visualization capabilities that extend the benefits of engineering document management throughout the business enterprise.
Adept replaces the chaos of hundreds of nested folders on a network drive
Engineering Workflow Automation & Centralized Access
Adept is a simple, powerful engineering document management system that helps companies find, manage, share and secure business and design content across the enterprise. Adept streamlines business and engineering change processes, mitigates risk, and improves overall business results. The software is affordable, easy to use, and fast to implement. Companies of all sizes use Adept to manage their critical engineering documents across departments or globally dispersed design teams.
Rich and comprehensive features are the foundation
for a successful engineering document management system
Adept's rich and comprehensive features are the foundation for a successful engineering document management system. Adept's capabilities are extensive and address the needs of many different people throughout the organization. Adept replaces the chaos of hundreds of nested folders on a network drive with a single, centralized repository of organized information. It ensures that all your electronic and paper documents, related email correspondence, and CAD drawing files are secure, accurate, and accessible to the right people at the right time. Adept delivers the highest quality engineering document management support for multi-CAD and business applications, including AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, SolidWorks, Microsoft Office, Micro Station, Civil 3D, Architectural Desktop, and others.
Benefits of Adept
The Leader in Multi-CAD Data Management
Adept engineering document management software helps you find, manage, share and control engineering, CAD and business documents throughout their lifecycle. Adept integrates with the world’s most popular CAD and business programs, including AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, SolidWorks, Micro Station, and Microsoft Office.