4/28/2011

PLM Solution Features Web-Based Platform

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Omnify Software offers the next-generation Empower PLM solution, version 5.0.

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Omnify Software offers the next-generation Empower PLM solution, version 5.0. Featuring a completely browser-based platform, the solution is designed to enhance user accessibility, system performance and scalability to support product design and development needs of small to midsized manufacturers. All modules have been transitioned to Web browser applications, completely eliminating any user installation and expanding operating system/platform support.
 
Features include platform and algorithm developments that improve performance on common operations such as authentication, change/ECO processing, bill of material viewing/reporting, and more, the company says. XML “dictionary” support can be applied to forms without having to install individual application instances. Each user can select from a different language dictionary.
 

The software platform provides enhanced integration across all modules as well as third-party applications. The user interface has also been streamlined. Redesigned forms further improve readability and simplify navigation. The PLM solution also features a graphical reporting engine. Standard and customized reports create bar graphs, pie charts, Pareto charts and line graphs. 

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