OpenBOM Debuts Enhanced CAD Integrations with Autodesk Fusion 360 and Launches Autodesk Eagle Plug-in
OpenBOM offers capabilities to manage Parts, Bill of Materials, Vendors and Purchase Orders and streamlining design to purchase process for engineering prototyping teams and small-to-medium sized manufacturing companies.
November 20, 2019
OpenBOM, an engineering and manufacturing data management software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider, has unveiled an enhanced CAD integration with Autodesk Fusion 360 and new integration with Autodesk Eagle. Autodesk Fusion 360 is a 3D CAD, CAM and CAE tool that connects the entire product development process. Autodesk Eagle is an easy-to-use printed circuit board layout and schematic editing tool and library content manager.
OpenBOM, a modern SaaS multi-tenant data management and real-time collaboration service, announced the enhancement of OpenBOM integrations with Autodesk line of products including Autodesk Fusion360, Autodesk Eagle and Autodesk Inventor. By doing so, OpenBOM offers capabilities to manage Parts, Bill of Materials, Vendors and Purchase Orders and streamlining design to purchase process for engineering prototyping teams and small-to-medium sized manufacturing companies.
Real-time collaboration capabilities of OpenBOM combined with data management and availability of OpenBOM from Amazon Web Service infrastructure makes OpenBOM available for teams and manufacturing companies globally.
Autodesk strategy of cloud platform development is aligned with OpenBOM multi-tenant SaaS data management and Bill of Materials management capabilities helping manufacturing companies to organize product data, collaborate in real time and plan purchase orders.
“Combined with Autodesk Eagle and Autodesk Inventor integrations, OpenBOM is providing a unique way to manage purchases and collaborate using a multi-disciplinary BOMs,” says Oleg Shilovitsky, CEO and co-founder of OpenBOM.
“With this announcement, OpenBOM provides the Autodesk customers an easy and powerful way to manage downstream BOM management and purchasing process,” says Jim Quanci, senior director of Autodesk Development Network.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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