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XperiDesk

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Process Relations offers software and services which form a complete solution to help organisations leverage their existing knowledge, optimise their R&D workflow and develop their manufacturing processes to achieve profitability faster and at lower cost.

XperiDesk is the software of choice for R&D departments worldwide. It helps customers obtain the maximum value from their existing processing knowledge. XperiDesk supports users by applying three strategies during the development of manufacturing processes:

• Fewer cycles of learning — Reduce development time and costs by reducing the number of experimental cycles
• Don’t relearn existing knowledge
• Learn in different ways
• Learn more from experiments:
• Reduce cycle time
• Use XperiDesk to reduce the number of experiments required.
• Avoid incorrectly defined experiments with XperiDesk and as such reduce the probability of equipment downtime.
• Leverage and protect IP
• IP is valuable. XperiDesk makes IP instantly accessible to engineers and allows them to protect it.
• Leverage the fully documented IP for technology transfers and customer projects with XperiDesk.

XperiDesk is a registered trademark of Process Relations GmbH.

Product XperiDesk
Company Process Relations GmbH
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Process Relations GmbH
Emil-Figge-Str. 76 – 80 44227 Dortmund Germany

Tel: +49 231 9742-5970
Fax: +49 231 9742-5972
Email: info@process-relations.com



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