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Man with plans and hardhat superimposed on plan
Quickly and accurately transfer your designs to the production floor to save time and reduce errors.


“Engineering is the art of modeling materials we do not wholly understand, into shapes we cannot precisely analyze so as to withstand forces we cannot properly assess, in such a way that the public has no reason to suspect the extent of our ignorance.”

– Dr. A.R. Dykes

CloudSuite Industrial and Process Integrated Bill of Materials and Formulations

  • Create both routing and BOM on one screen using Engineering Workbench
  • Manage formulations and revisions
  • Include alternate materials requirements in the BOM
  • Maintain reference/bubble designators
  • Define alternate BOMs
  • Set items to back flush
  • Set effectivity and obsolescence dates
  • CAD BOM import
  • Forecast materials and Configure orders with Planning BOMs
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  • Engineering sandbox development
  • Quoting and cost analysis
  • Copy an estimate from another estimate, work order or BOM and make modifications as necessary
  • What-if scheduling
  • Pricing tables
  • Multiple price breaks
  • Estimate status to reflect customer acceptance


  • Define your production standards
  • Support of outside service routing steps
  • Capture move, queue, setup and finish times
  • Unlimited notes to operations
  • Define resource and resource groups for production scheduling
  • Maintain alternate routings
  • See impact of routing changes on overall scheduling



  • Costs by item or item warehouse
  • Cost methods include Standard, Actual, LIFO, FIFO and Lot Specific, at the item level
  • Update stockroom and WIP inventory records in real-time automatically
  • Link POs to work orders to capture specific costs for a job
  • Interactive What-if costing workbenches
  • Track costs from the General Ledger to the source transaction


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Engineering Change Notices

  • Approvals of changes before they can be used on jobs or estimates
  • Mass replace/delete
  • Maintain reason codes
  • Track changes on routing steps and/or BOM
  • Copy ECN functionality
  • Revision control with revision history
  • Maintain comprehensive audit trail of changes to BOM and routings
  • Release a job to any prior revision
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CADTalk integrates your CAD software with CSI (SyteLine) so you can get the designs to the shop floor in record time without the headaches.

  • Significant reduction in manufacturing lead time
    • Map CAD properties to CloudSuite Industrial fields (user defined fields included)
    • Expression builder for user defined options
  • Eliminates duplicate data entry
  • Increases data integrity and BOM accuracy
    • Work with fully exploded BOMs
  • Ongoing support for future CAD and CloudSuite Industrial version releases

Works with Vault, Inventor and AutoCAD, NX, Creo and Solidworks

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As with cost, implementation time is also dependent on the same factors mentioned above. LogicData offers multiple implementation methodologies that can be adapted to your specific needs and resource availability. Considering a very basic implementation of just the core functionality of SyteLine, and employing a LogicData managed implementation approach, time to value can be achieved in as little as 3-4 months. A full implementation of all core SyteLine functionality utilizing a standard implementation approach, and assuming full client resource availability, can generally be completed in 6 to 8 months. To determine the best implementation methodology and timeline estimate for your specific situation, please contact us.

The cost of software and implementation will vary based on many factors such as user count, functionality requirements, deployment, implementation methodology, customization, data conversion, integration, and internal resources. However, for a basic configuration of SyteLine annual subscription pricing can begin at approximately $18,000 annually for a minimum of 10 users or a one-time cost of $20,000 plus annual maintenance for a minimum of 5 users in an on-premise deployment. A primarily self-directed implementation of such a basic configuration, although not recommended, can likely be achieved for approximately $30,000. LogicData recommends our standard “train-the-trainer” implementation approach which is estimated to start at roughly $65,000 for a basic implementation. For further information on pricing specific to your needs, please contact us.