STREAMLINING YOUR WORKFLOW
In addition to the Business Integration Services that are included with the Solumina suite, iBASEt also offers vendor-specific integration packages for select Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), and Labor Reporting solutions.
iBASEt’s Product Lifecycle Execution software and integration packages are designed to enhance and extend PLM and ERP software solutions where they fall short in fulfilling the execution and integration functionality needed for complex manufacturing.
PLM Integration Packages
Solumina provides proven integration for specific vendors, including Dassault Systèmes, PTC and Siemens PLM. Providing businesses with well managed execution strategies and change management processes for the 3D Model-Based Enterprise where data flows freely between engineering design, product execution and aftermarket service. All while managing and enforcing quality throughout the supplier network.
ERP Integration Packages
Solumina provides proven integration for specific vendors, including SAP and Deltek ERP, forming a bridge between the shop floor and business systems that manage financials, procurement and inventory processes. This real-time, two-way integration provides enhanced visibility of customer order status, accuracy of estimates, and the impact of issues arising from the supply chain.
Real-time Labor Tracking
Kaba’s workforce management and labor reporting solutions work succinctly with Solumina to provide a real-time labor tracking solution. Executives can receive accurate information about the organizations’ most important and expensive resource, people.
Both standard business integration services and vendor-specific integration packages provide a significant starting point for systems integration. Nonetheless, iBASEt’s integration packages are malleable and made to support customer-specific extensions and technical support for ERP and PLM implementations; each integration package has been designed with extension mechanisms to accommodate additional requirements.
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