It is essential to obtain permission from critical stakeholders in all departments before implementing an Engineering Change Order (ECO). Here are some tips to keep in mind for an optimal ECO approval process that will reduce change order cycle times in a low-cost manner.
An Engineering Change Order (ECO) is a call for a change in a product’s design, whether it is in the form of a repair or an improvement. The process for requesting an ECO is rigid, having to undergo intensive analysis and consideration from project management, but why would you need an ECO?
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