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Architectural Components




Overcoming industry challenges

Customization and variability

Many architectural components are highly customizable to meet the specific design requirements of different projects. This customization can lead to challenges in production efficiency, as each order may be unique.

How DriveWorks helps

DriveWorks CPQ allows manufacturers to create configurable design templates. Engineers can define rules and parameters that guide the customization process based on customer requirements. This ensures that each order, even if highly customized, follows a standardized and automated design process. This improves production efficiency by reducing the time and effort required for unique designs.

Material costs and availability

Fluctuations in the cost and availability of raw materials can impact production costs, profit margins, and design accuracy.

How DriveWorks helps

DriveWorks can be integrated with real-time data sources to monitor material costs and availability. By automating the quotation process, DriveWorks can adjust pricing based on fluctuations in material costs, ensuring accurate and competitive pricing. This dynamic pricing model helps maintain profit margins and adapt to changing market conditions.

Quality control

Maintaining consistent quality across custom and standardized components is crucial. Ensuring that products meet industry standards and customer expectations requires robust quality control measures.

How DriveWorks helps

DriveWorks ensures consistency in design by using standardized rules and parameters. This helps in maintaining product quality across custom and standardized components. Additionally, the software can embed quality control checks within the design automation process, reducing the risk of errors and ensuring that products meet both industry standards and customer expectations.

Regulatory compliance

The architectural components industry is subject to various building codes and regulations. Ensuring that products comply with these standards can be complex and may vary across regions.

How DriveWorks helps

DriveWorks allows manufacturers to embed regulatory requirements into the design rules. This ensures that each product generated through the automation process complies with relevant building codes and regulations.

Long sales cycles

The sales cycle in the architectural components industry can be lengthy, especially for large-scale projects.

How DriveWorks helps

DriveWorks CPQ solution accelerates the sales cycle by providing a quick and accurate way to generate quotes and designs. With the automation of design and quoting processes, manufacturers can respond rapidly to customer inquiries, reducing the time it takes to finalize orders. This efficiency can significantly shorten the overall sales cycle, especially for large-scale projects.

Competitive pricing

The industry can be highly competitive, with multiple manufacturers offering similar products. Maintaining competitive pricing while ensuring quality can be challenging.

How DriveWorks helps

DriveWorks enables manufacturers to optimize pricing strategies by factoring in real-time material costs, labor, and other variables. This ensures that the pricing remains competitive while maintaining profitability.


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