More news from PLM provider Aras on the cloud front. The company, which In November announced a partnership with Prodeos to deploy the Aras Innovator PLM suite in the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, is now working with another partner to extend the PLM platform’s cloud capabilities.
Aras and Trubiquity will provide solutions that connect Aras Innovator to Trubiquity’s Cloud-based services for secure collaboration and managed file transfer (MFT) in the PLM workflow. With the initial offering, users will be able to share, collaborate and manage CAD files, specifications, requirements and other intellectual property in a secure cloud-based environment from within their PLM workflows. The capability is intended to facilitate the exchange of product-related data between globally dispersed supply chain partners simultaneously, Aras officials said.
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