Razorleaf Partners with iBASEt to Drive Manufacturing Transformation
Razorleaf Corporation, a consulting and systems integrator specializing in product life cycle management (PLM), announced a new strategic partnership with iBASEt, the company that simplifies how complex products are built and maintained, to drive digital transformation for manufacturers to more effectively bring new products to market.
The partnership brings together two established leaders in manufacturing transformation to offer strategic consulting, deployment, and technical services built around iBASEt’s Solumina iSeries platform, an industry-leading software solution that simplifies how complex manufacturing, quality, and MRO processes are managed and improved to support Industry 4.0 strategies.
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“Razorleaf’s expertise in Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and Integration represents an expansion of our customer value,” said Daniel Flick, VP of Global Alliances, iBASEt. “PLM data is fundamental to complex manufacturing operations, which rely on accurate, real-time engineering and production specifications. Successful Industry 4.0 initiatives drive the highest value when enabling a consistent digital thread across disparate systems. Razorleaf shares our vision to support product and operations innovation and help manufacturers accomplish their digital transformation initiatives.”
“Our iBASEt partnership expands our application and technical expertise beyond PLM and Integration to encompass MES, MRO and Supply Chain — which is a natural progression of how manufacturers are evolving their product processes into manufacturing,” said Razorleaf CEO Eric Doubell. “This partnership opens new opportunities for our global clients who are considering expanding smart manufacturing initiatives to embrace the shop floor, supply chain and MRO. We look forward to working closely with iBASEt and delivering success for their customers.”
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