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Manage project timelines, resources,
processes, and advanced items


SOLIDWORKS® Manage provides a unique set of advanced data management tools. This is accomplished by leveraging the file management capabilities and ease of use of SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional and adding powerful project, process, and item management capabilities.

Why Choose SOLIDWORKS Manage?

SOLIDWORKS Manage is an advanced, record-based data management system that extends the global file management and application integrations enabled by SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional to include a comprehensive set of capabilities that you can use and distribute to many areas of your business.


Key Benefits:

Project Management

Provides critical information to help teams focus on important tasks and provides an overview of resource capacity for better planning and utilisation

BOM Management

Brings together—in one place— all components required for product definition, whether represented by a CAD model, document or database-only items

Process Management

Streamlines business processes, automates document creation and brings together all involved stakeholders with new products, from sales and marketing to production and support

Dashboards and Reports

Provides instant access to critical information in an easy-to-consume format for better decision making

Discover how SOLIDWORKS Manage provides control of product, project, and process data that enables you and your team to quickly transform new ideas into great products.

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SOLIDWORKS®️ products are easy to learn and use, and work together to help you design products better, faster, and more cost efficiently.

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