Not only was this year’s Toronto location for Autodesk Accelerate at the Autodesk MaRS location, it was also harking back to the same city of Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle’s precursor, Datastay.
Join Razorleaf in Chicago for PI PLMx, an independent Product Lifecycle Management event that features next generation tools and processes that deliver an integrated technology operating model.
Razorleaf’s sister company, Razorleaf Government Solutions, participated in a 3D Data Exchange project with the Navy. Together they developed a system that significantly reduced the amount of time and resources required to create/verify/validate technical data, resulting in an estimated cost savings of $10.8 million annually.
Our own Jonathan Scott, Chief Architect at Razorleaf, recently spoke at Adaptive Corporation’s User Conference. In this replay of his presentation, see how you can use the digital information you have now to provide a digital thread of your product lifecycle. He also touches on becoming a data-driven and model-based enterprise.
Aras Innovator is a powerful PLM platform designed for flexibility, scalability, and security. Although the task of managing product lifecycle for which it was designed is one of significant complexity, actually installing Aras Innovator is a relatively simple process compared with many other enterprise-level software products. Even so, installation can be made difficult if the pre-install environment is not correctly prepared, and the installation process itself does contain a few “gotchas” to be aware of. This article is intended to help make the work as painless as possible.
Integration is one of the key areas that can increase the total value of your business systems. Integrations between CAD, PLM, and ERP are a great example of this. Each of these systems requires the data to support its own business processes. And of course, each system requires that the data be formatted to the system’s specifications so that the system can consume it. Without integration, businesses are left with using people to populate downstream business systems which can become a source of non-value-added cost and discrepancies between the systems.
Razorleaf is pleased to announce our inclusion in the 2018 INC 5000 this year! We are officially a 5-time honoree in this listing.
The INC 5000 year highlights the fastest growing privately owned companies in the US. According to INC, the companies on this year’s list amassed $206.2 billion in revenue in 2017, up 158 percent from $79.8 billion in 2014.
Razorleaf is honored to have been nominated for the 2018 Cascade Capital Business Growth Award.
Small business owners today create the vast majority of new job opportunities across the United States, and through the combined sale of their goods and services, account for over 50% of the Gross Domestic Product of the United States as well.
In Part 1 of this series, we discovered that using a Microsoft SQL Server (MS SQL or SQL Server) database will provide tools to handle large data sets, small data sets, complex data sets, dynamic data sets and even data that we share with other systems. But just what are those tools? How do I leverage SQL Server to processing these types of data with DriveWorks? What keywords should I put into my search engine to learn more More MORE? That’s what we’ll answer in this column.
Database. Just seeing the word can make people want to call a consultant. Luckily, I know where you can find one. (You can’t blame a guy for trying, right?) While DriveWorks provides a tremendous amount of rule driving functionality, when it comes to crunching raw data, the undisputed ruler of that domain is the database. Well, I’m here to spill the secrets and give you the basic concepts that you need to leverage Microsoft SQL Server (aka SQL Server aka MS SQL) for your DriveWorks data.