Razorleaf Corporation has introduced Clover, a new open integration platform designed to support implementation, migration or upgrades of PLM (product lifecycle management) applications and databases. Clover’s capabilities exchange data with systems outside of PLM such as ERP, MES, 3D hardware, industrial automation and CMS using open interface protocols.
The platform operates using industry standard connection methods including SOAP, Web services and direct database connections. Third-party microservices lets users move files, renditions and business data in the correct format. It can be paired 1:1 or 1:many endpoints, offering scalability, the company states.
“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.”
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