AutoVue for Agile Enterprise Visualization Solutions

Streamline Oracle Agile PLM Design-to-Manufacturing Processes

Oracle's AutoVue for Agile Enterprise Visualization solutions deliver best-in-class document and CAD (MCAD and ECAD) visualization and collaboration capabilities directly within Oracle Agile PLM to enable visual decision-making across the product lifecycle. New product development/introduction and change management processes can be optimized, while effective supplier collaboration can be enabled without jeopardizing critical intellectual property.

  • AutoVue for Agile tightly integrates with Agile PLM, providing extended teams with complete in-context visibility into product information and MCAD and ECAD data

  • Bridge the gap between MCAD and ECAD and enable end-to-end design to manufacturing by extending the reach of product information and CAD data to all enterprise users

  • Expedite design reviews and streamline change management: AutoVue's built-in annotations can be tied to Agile PLM objects the Engineering Change Orders

  • Visually navigate product structures and easily identify parts for reuse with AutoVue thumbnails

  • Streamline collaboration with contractors, suppliers, and customers—without putting critical intellectual property at risk

AutoVue for Agile Enterprise Visualization Solutions
  • Drive faster, better decisions with in-context access to visual product information
  • Streamline NPI/NPD process by expediting design reviews and approvals
  • Innovate profitably by facilitating design reuse and boosting collaboration
  • Collaborate with global teams and partners without jeopardizing intellectual property
  • Optimize change management by connecting redline markups to ECOs in Agile PLM
Customer Success Stories
GLOBALFOUNDRIES Accelerates Innovation while Protecting IP

Hear how Oracle's AutoVue for Agile PLM supports GLOBALFOUNDRIES’ mission of “turning sand into gold” by enabling collaborative design-for-manufacturing, and fostering innovation, all while protecting critical intellectual property. (2:36)

 



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