Wine and all that doesnt work really. I have CAD software and did following:
(not all work out of the box since SUSE is sometimes programmed badly)
- install KVM - YAST - create virtual machine for KVM.....
- install libvirt - might missing
- start in service manager libvirt
- start KVM
- install windows xx (is for free) in the virtual machine.
KVM is really stabile, powerfull and much better than virtual box from oracle - and not to compare with WINE.

Now you have a full system that realy works. You can have it open in a window inside linux. you have USB, WEB, you can copy from linux to win and back....
My suggestion - I use it for CAD and much more. Takes about 60GB on an HD. But that should not be an issue.