About Design Part Variants

A design part variant represents an alternative implementation of a design part. Typically a variant represents a specific market requirement or demand. For example, a team might develop a product that has two different markets, American and European. To represent those markets, the team creates a set of design part variants specific to each market.

You can create variants at any level within the product structure. A variant will appear at the same level as its parent design part.

Example: Variants in the PAYROLL Product

The illustration below shows a simple set of design part variants that represent European (V1) and American (V2) markets. As shown, Dimensions CM allows you to:



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