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concurrent engineering

the term used to describe a group who are drawn from different disciplines to work on a problem within the firm. For example, a new product analysis concurrent engineering team may consist of a production engineer, cost accountant, marketing specialist etc. Thus, concurrent engineering can reduce product development time allowing the product to be brought to market more quickly and at a reduced cost. Typically also used as the basis for a team in VALUE ANALYSIS. See NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT. See also MATRIX.
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He credited UET Taxila for its interactive engineering programmes while simultaneously providing students with excellent academic, sports and co-curricular activities.
Related Structures: Interactive Engineering Learning Centers (IELC)
A hundred Year 9 and 10 students have been invited to take part in interactive engineering challenges alongside volunteer apprentices currently working through their course within North-east companies.
* Interactive engineering and design Web site for customers * Comprehensive quoting and proposal system for salesmen * Detailed drawing package for in house engineers * Automatic delivery of manufacturing drawings, flat patterns, complete list of materials and purchase parts
The programme will get more business people involved with schools as role models, arrange visits to manufacturing companies, take students to interactive engineering workshops and introduce them to the wide range of jobs.

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