Andreani Design significantly improves portfolio offering and operational effectiveness

With the implementation of NX, the industrial design specialist significantly improves the portfolio offer and operational effectiveness

Pierangelo Andreani started his career in the 1970s at the Fiat Styling Center, then he moved to Pininfarina until 1976. Subsequently, Andreani worked for De Tomaso, where he created a number of design jewels, including the Guzzi and Benelli motorbikes and the Maserati Biturbo sports car. In 1981, he decided to open his own business, creating the Andreani Design studio. Since that time, Andreani has continued to work for car and motorbike manufacturers, collaborating with such brands as Cagiva, Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi. He also currently works with Sanyang, where he is developing scooter concepts and other industrial designs through the Taiwanese company Nova Design.

Andreani concludes, “Against the widespread belief that high-end software is intended for companies above a certain size, I can state that using NX brings extraordinary benefits to small design studios like ours who are looking for a solution that enables them to provide customers with a complete service offering. My business is larger and more successful as a direct result of using NX.”

Retos

  • Expand services to address highly demanding engineering requirements beyond design
  • Reduce product development cycle time and costs
  • Decrease the number of outsourced processes

Claves de Éxito

  • NX for complete product development needs, especially modeling sophisticated surfaces and complex solids with parametric features

Resultados

  • Expanded services include design through industrialization
  • Faster design-through-engineering turnaround
  • Reduced project costs
  • Significantly less outsourcing
  • Greatly improved collaboration with partners and customers
  • Delivering projects with greater speed and efficiency across industries
  • New orders up: more and more customers requesting engineered designs

Industria: PYME