STOW, Ohio, Dec. 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Razorleaf Corporation today announces Clover, its open integration platform, is releasing connectors for Autodesk PLM 360 to include Salesforce, Oracle eBusiness Suite (Oracle EBS), Autodesk Vault, and a series of other business systems. Clover, powered by Jitterbit, will exchange data with these systems to facilitate a seamless integration experience for users and administrators alike. Clover goes beyond typical middleware to ensure that data is passed between systems accurately and the contextual business processes are aligned to improve process efficiency and data integrity.
"The connectors for Salesforce, Oracle EBS, and Autodesk Vault enable Autodesk PLM 360 users to enhance and improve the way they use their PLM system with more control," stated Eric Doubell, CEO of Razorleaf Corporation. "What's great about Clover is it provides customers with a valuable framework leveraging our years of experience doing integration with options when it comes to the middleware software used in their solution. Jitterbit is a proven middleware option that gives our clients the ability to create very complex integrations much quicker than creating a custom point-to-point solution. When you put Clover on top of Jitterbit you get all of the strengths of Jitterbit along with Clover tools and accelerators to make integration development and roll out processes even faster. This approach ensures that customers needing either simple or complex integrations are setup for success."
"Integrating these three connectors with Autodesk PLM 360 brought us many process improvements," stated Robb Johnson, Inphi Corporation. "Before the integration, we were operating off spreadsheets, emails and phone calls to verify RMA requests, change order tracking and approvals, project schedule status updates and more. Often times we found our staff was not working with the most accurate or latest version of a spreadsheet, and then inaccurate data was manually entered into any of our business systems. Working with Razorleaf to implement Jitterbit, we have created more value in our organization in how we execute on New Product Introduction, and Product Management. We can see where things are at any given point, and all approvals are driven out of PLM 360 which keeps the process tight internally."
About Clover Integration Platform
Razorleaf's Clover Platform operates using industry standard connection methods including SOAP, Web Services and direct database connections and pairs with application-specific connectors to facilitate synchronized, real time data exchange. It uses third-party microservices that allow files, renditions, and critical business data to arrive in the right format, at the right time, on the cloud and/or on premise, to the employees, customers, and vendors who need it. Clover can be paired with 1:1 or 1:many connectors, providing maximum scalability and enabling business data to move seamlessly through an organization.
Founded in 2000, Razorleaf is dedicated to helping clients bridge the gap between PLM technologies and business problems to deliver greater value from their technology investments. Razorleaf's technology expertise spans Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Product Data Management (PDM/TDM), Design Automation (DA), Process Management, Business Intelligence, and Systems Integration and Migration. Razorleaf works with many PLM/CAD platforms including Dassault Systemes, ARAS, Autodesk, SolidWorks, DriveWorks, SharePoint and more. For more information, visit http://www.razorleaf.com
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