STOW, Ohio, Oct. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Razorleaf Corporation today introduced Clover, its new open integration platform that is designed to provide any-to-any endpoint integrations to support a rapid implementation, migration or upgrade of PLM applications and databases. Clover's integration capabilities will exchange data with systems outside of PLM including ERP, Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), Industrial Automation, 3D hardware, and Content Management Systems (CMS) using open interface protocols. PLM/CAD vendors supported include Dassault Systemes®, ARAS®, Autodesk®, DriveWorks, SharePoint, Infor, Siemens and others.
"The Clover platform is a result of our long-standing experience in creating CAD/CAM/PLM integration endpoints," stated Eric Doubell, CEO of Razorleaf Corporation. "We now have created an industry standard application integration platform that has a flexible architecture and can scale easily based on its endpoint applications. This platform helps our customers retain the feature sets they have come to rely upon in their application investments and allow for a more controlled migration path forward when upgrading is a requirement. Making up-to-date data available across applications accelerates decision-making and process efficiency across the organization."
Initial Clover Release Makes Available Endpoints for 3DEXPERIENCE and SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional (EPDM)
The first release of the Clover platform includes endpoints for Dassault Systemes 3DEXPERIENCE Platform and SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional, formerly known as SolidWorks Enterprise PDM. When paired, these endpoints synchronize data between the two systems and enable the applications to coexist and retain their individual feature sets. As a result, customers can maintain their PDM software functions and allow for the adoption of the PLM functionality offered in ENOVIA. These endpoints behave asynchronously with queuing and reporting and support multi-location SolidWorks PDM and 3DEXPERIENCE environments.
About the Razorleaf Clover Integration Platform
The Razorleaf Clover Platform operates using industry standard connection methods including SOAP, Web Services and direct database connections and pair with application-specific endpoints 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 endpoints, providing maximum scalability and enabling business data to move seamlessly through an organization.
Pricing and Availability
The Razorleaf Clover Integration platform is available now and has a monthly subscription price starting at $3,000. Endpoints are priced separately, and start at $500/month.
The two endpoints for the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform and SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional are currently available.
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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SOURCE Razorleaf Corporation