- Reduced development cycle for molded components by 20 to 35 percent
- Minimized the potential for design errors
- Improved efficiency and cost-effectiveness of partner interactions
- Enhanced collaboration with company scientists
BioProcessors Corporation is the leader in providing high-throughput cell culture applications for process development for the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry. The company migrated from its AutoCAD 2D design software to Autodesk Inventor 3D CAD software in 2002. After using the software for two years, BioProcessors evaluated other 3D CAD systems to determine if they could save time, reduce costs, and improve accuracy with another solution.
The company selected SolidWorks software because of its ease of use, large-assembly capabilities, value, and integrated applications, including SolidWorks Simulation and SolidWorks product data management software. By deploying SolidWorks software, BioProcessors has reduced its development cycle for molded components by 20 to 35 percent, minimized the potential for design errors, improved the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of partner interactions, and enhanced collaboration with company scientists.