Understanding Engineering Workflows

A workflow is defined as the movement of work through various tasks and activities that create or use information.  An engineer’s job typically revolves around a large number of drawings and documents, and are managed using a series of carefully designed workflows to...

Eliminating Bottlenecks in Engineering Workflows

In workflow management, a bottleneck is a situation causing a delay in a process or system.  Similar to a traffic jam, it prevents actions and documents from progressing within the workflow.  Bottlenecks are typically caused by inefficiencies in a workflow’s...

Integration with CAD and BIM Software

We’ve come a long way since the days where architects and engineers would hand-draw designs. Computer software has greatly optimized efficiency and improved the accuracy of engineering drawings. This approach has created a new set of challenges for organizations to...

ImageSite – The Only Document Management System You Need

Looking for a document management system is no easy task.  It takes time and careful consideration to find the system that best fits your business.  With the number of similar products on the market, your organization may struggle to make a decision, and rightfully...

ImageSite Features That Make Searching For Files and Documents Easy

Electronic document management systems (EDMS) include an array of features and capabilities that simplify the way organizations manage critical engineering documents and workflows. While these features are important, none are more important than the system’s document...