The Achilles heel of any enterprise software tool can often be its ability (or lack of ability) to synchronize and share data with other business systems. Whether you need to integrate with ERP, PLM, PDM, CRM, or something else, Razorleaf has multiple ways to get the job done.
Razorleaf has created, configured, and developed numerous integrations across PDM, PLM, MRP, ERP, CRM, SharePoint, and custom applications, including an ERP connector OEMed by one of the top three PLM vendors, a CAD connector OEMed by one of the top ten ERP vendors, and a SharePoint to PLM integration commissioned by Microsoft.
Razorleaf’s consultants have been defining, developing, configuring, and deploying enterprise system integrations for years, commonly connecting PDM and PLM with ERP, departmental PDM with enterprise PLM, and creating publication systems from PDM and PLM to enterprise portals like SharePoint. The team understands the critical characteristics of system-to-system integration as well as system-to-ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) integration, including: synchronicity (whether event-driven, batch mode, or through other triggers), directionality (one direction or both), transformation (logic and rules governing data modification), and conflict/failure resolution. Razorleaf leverages key elements of its Custom Development Approach (based in RUP, Agile, and Iconix) when delivering integration-based solutions. Specifications, sample data, and use cases are key elements of Razorleaf’s approach to systems integration, ensuring performance to requirements and repeatable success.
Enterprise Application Integration Experience
The first question clients ask related to enterprise system integration is inevitably, “have you worked with ?” Although this is certainly not the most important question to ask related to integration projects, it is certainly top-of-mind for most people, and Razorleaf has experience working with all of these systems, either as the source system, destination system, or middleware in an integration project:
- Windows and UNIX/LINUX file systems
- Oracle RDBMS, SQL Server, and Access databases
- Enterprise PDM (Conisio) and PDMWorks Workgroup
- ENOVIA SmarTeam
- ENOVIA V6
- Consona Encompix
- Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle
- New Packaged Integrations for Autodesk Fusion Lifecycle
- Autodesk Vault
- Aras Innovator
- Agile PLM
- Infor SyteLine, VISUAL (Manufacturing)
- JD Edwards
- Oracle Applications and Oracle E-Business Suite
- Razorleaf Agent