October 16, 2020
Razorleaf Corporation has announced a strategic service partnership with Ansys for the Minerva platform powered by Aras, a centralized simulation knowledge management application. This platform secures simulation data and provides process and decision support to simulation teams across geographies and functional silos. Ansys Minerva incorporates advanced technologies for improving workflows and enhancing simulation process and data management (SPDM).
Razorleaf will provide consulting, integration and implementation services to address the complexities of PLM interoperability and data management, enabling customers to connect simulation capabilities throughout the engineering product lifecycle, the company says. Razorleaf will help Ansys Minerva users improve traceability and streamline collaboration across global teams.
Ansys Minerva leverages the Aras platform technologies such as configuration management, PDM/PLM interoperability and application programming interface integration.
“Razorleaf is excited to partner with Ansys to better serve our customers during these challenging times,” says Eric Doubell, CEO of the company. “With digital transformation initiatives accelerating, organizations need to connect simulation to engineering processes across the digital enterprise. We are committed to ensuring Ansys client success by utilizing best practices that improve process workflows, traceability, and availability of simulation across the product lifecycle.”
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.