In contrast, moving towards restorative models of production and consumption presents an opportunity for industry to capture more value from their products and materials as well as mitigating the risks of price volatility and material supply.
Globally, around 20 million designers, engineers and product leaders are focused on building and making things. Everyone’s objective, broadly, is to make better products, faster. Research suggests, however, that designers and engineers lose up to one day per week searching for data that is found only 50% of the time. Studies blame product information that is not connected, not shared, which sits in isolated applications and does not support collaboration well.
We called it everycs. As in “everix”. Because it’s the story of every product.
But its not about us. And its not about technology. Its about what we can do with it, together. So we think it’s also time for a new approach. One that is grounded in data, scalable through technology and maintained by a global community. In a global network of 20 million engineers, designers and scientists, we can leverage know-how much faster. As a result, we can make things better – and make better things.