Bring your story characters to life
Vertex makes 3D team collaboration simple and fast. Our visual product stories unite the most important characters in your extended enterprise—from internal teams to external suppliers, partners, and customers. Access the same 3D models and product information whenever and wherever you need it.
Product designers and engineers have the agility and flexibility to collaborate with internal teams and external suppliers on product designs and innovations earlier than ever.
Never ask engineering for a screenshot again. Procurement teams can offer interactive product content in real-time to engage with the supply chain significantly earlier in the development process.
Sales & Marketing Teams
Cut your sales cycle by weeks and months. Sales and marketing teams easily uncover new discoveries and insights about a customer’s needs by collaborating with customers with visual product information.
Confirm fit, form, ergonomic, and safety requirements from the start. Engineering and manufacturing teams collaborate much earlier in the design process to lock in product designs.
Understand immediately how a part needs to be serviced. Refer to a product’s digital twin to understand all its history, from as-designed to as-built.
Rather than screenshots or snippets, the supply chain sees a model in its full context. Start collaborating more deeply to develop innovative and high-quality products across your supply chain.
Create your own story
Start writing your own story using the Vertex platform.
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