ANDOVER, MA - Omnify Software, a provider of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software for electronic, medical, mechanical, and defense manufacturers, today announces the RapidStart PLM Suite for the Empower PLM 4.5 solution. The RapidStart PLM Suite offers small and mid-size manufacturers an opportunity to access a robust PLM solution at a fraction of the implementation time and cost of conventional PLM products.
With an extremely affordable price starting at six thousand dollars, the RapidStart PLM Suite delivers key features for improving product development including: complete product data management, Bill of Material (BOM) management, Engineering Change/ECO management, Document management, Compliance management, and integration with engineering environments. As customers grow and their business needs change, the RapidStart PLM Suite can easily scale to incorporate additional functionality of the Omnify Empower PLM system while maintaining its ease of use and low cost.
"The current economic climate has forced companies to take a hard look at their current practices in order to save costs and improve efficiencies," stated David Solimini, vice president of sales for Omnify Software. "PLM systems have been identified as a proven aid by helping to minimize overhead and streamline processes. We wanted to provide a system with quick deployment and low cost but would also be able to meet their current and future product development needs."
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