As an engineering organization acquires tools, they also acquire essentially screens. The more screens a user has, the more likely he isn't going to utilize them. This then doesn't bring into the question the tools that were acquired and not used necessarily, but potentially just too many tools for the end user. If every tool is using a map to display data for instance, how many mapping front ends are required? As engineering tool platforms move off the desktop, tools in essence just produce data.
Every organization needs to purchase tools. Typically a long drawn out process where a lot of people review, critique, and ask for changes, inclusions, and items to be removed. Now that you've got your shiny new tool you just need to figure out how to get everyone to use it. Some place it at the feet of the tool vendor, some to training departments, but few have a method of universal acceptance. Sometimes this is just fighting human nature and the resistance of change, while other times it is simply communication.
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