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Razorleaf in CIO Review’s 20 Most Promising PLM Solution Providers 2016

CIOReview LogoRazorleaf is pleased to announce its inclusion in CIO Review’s 20 Most Promising PLM Solution Providers.  We are in excellent company with other leading PLM software and service providers, including ARAS and Autodesk.   Full Article >


Razorleaf to Participate in Synergis University

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Razorleaf will be both speaking and exhibiting at Synergis University (SU) on June 1, 2016 in Bethlehem, PA.

Rodney Coffey will be speaking at SU on the following topics: Full Article >


Razorleaf Announces Clover™ for ARAS Innovator to SAP, NetSuite and Salesforce

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Stow, OH – March 15, 2016 – Razorleaf Corporation today announces it is releasing Clover integration connectors for ARAS Innovator to SAP, NetSuite and Salesforce.  Clover will enable the passing of business, product, and project data such as customer and supplier information, items and bills of materials, and project accounting and services data to improve profitability and enable on-time delivery of projects and products across the organization.  Clover goes beyond typical middleware and ensures that contextual business processes are aligned when passing data to improve process efficiency and data integrity. Full Article >


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4 Things On Your To-Do List When Choosing PLM Tools

New PLM tools impress me every day with the things they can do to improve product development processes (think molecular level simulation and generative design). But just because it is cool technology, you can’t be sure that it will positively impact your business. Here are some things you can put on your to-do list when shopping for PLM software to help you feel confident about the choice you’re making: Read Article >


DriveWorks 14: Model Generation Tasks and the Holy Grail

What’s Cool About DriveWorks 14?

DriveWorks LogoWhile DriveWorks 14 has generated a lot of excitement, and rightly so, the features that have the most people excited are the new Model Generation Tasks. These building blocks are very easy to use and deceptively powerful. It’s time to lift the veil on how this gem can truly change how you work with DriveWorks. Read Article >


New Express ECO Toolkit for Aras Innovator Offers Flexibility

Have you been in the position where your ECO is ‘In Work’ but you realize that you either need to Add or Remove an Affected Item or Cancel the change as a whole? 

Aras does a great job of providing standard functionality for Change Management as a part of their Product Engineering solution.  This functionality works very well for many companies but there are some requirements that can be a challenge to address. Read Article >


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Inphi Accelerates Big Data Internally

Inphi delivers high-speed connectivity solutions to move data between and inside data centers. Inphi’s end-to-end data transport platform delivers high signal integrity at leading-edge data speeds, addressing performance and bandwidth bottlenecks in networks, from fiber to memory.

To move data internally, Inphi relies on several different systems. Sales and quality teams work in Salesforce; procurement, planning, and financial departments use Oracle eBusiness Suite (EBS); and the engineering team manages the design process in Autodesk Vault. Prior to embarking on an integration project, Autodesk PLM 360 had been brought on board to begin enabling change management across departments. Although each team was using its tools to the fullest, the lack of communication between systems made it necessary for staff members in multiple departments to spend lots of time manually searching for the data they needed.

“Our teams needed more visibility. The data resided in various systems and it created a lot of extra legwork to look up information and help people get what they needed in a timely fashion.” – Robb Johnson, Director of Technology, Inphi Corporation

Return merchandise authorizations (RMAs), for example, were initially entered in Salesforce and ultimately approved in Autodesk PLM 360, but there was no way to track an RMA throughout its lifecycle, so people had to communicate with other departments for updates. Bills of materials (BOMs) were stored on spreadsheets that were emailed around and manually uploaded into Oracle EBS. Because the BOMs weren’t connected with Autodesk Vault, engineers had to spend a significant amount of time preparing for design reviews by manually comparing their Vault designs to the BOM spreadsheets. Full Story >