Resilient Platform

Building Sustainability Into Your Environment

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The Resilient Platform Explained

See how Aras’ resilient platform layers work together to create the most flexible environment in the industry. From the low-code modeling engine to Aras’ Platform Services, the platform is built to adapt and evolve. 

The Resilient Thinker

The word “visionary” is often used to describe those who imagined a future that the rest of us didn’t. At Aras, we often think of them as resilient thinkers—their flexible approach to tackling problems is a key to their success. Read about the three key design principles that define a resilient platform. 
The Resilient Platform: Three Essential Characteristics

Three Essential Characteristics

What is a resilient platform? At Aras, we define a resilient platform as one designed to adapt to changing business requirements while never locking users into a specific technology. It is a platform made to be upgraded while maintaining all previous customization's and where the data is fully transparent.

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Data Transparency

An open platform allows organizations to own their data instead of leaving it captive to an aging technology or software vendor.

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Technological Evolvability

A platform should never be locked into a technology. For a platform to be continually relevant over time, there must be flexibility in the design by keeping to open standards.

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Process Adaptability

Business processes change without concern for the ability of the systems to change with them. Technology needs to be so adaptable, it not only supports change but also encourages it.

Is Your Technology Ready?

Out of the box legacy PLM was never built to continually evolve.  It is expensive to maintain, too complex to upgrade, and difficult to easily replace.  Prepare for a new model that decreases development costs, improves data quality and minimizes technical debt.  Learn how resilient technology makes you ready for Digital Transformation.

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Connect Everything

Capture your complete, evolving product definition and allow teams across the enterprise to follow a product’s digital history and all of its related digital assets.

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Program Management

Automates the product development process with comprehensive tools for monitoring projects, enabling high-level visibility.

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Requirements Engineering

Adopt a transformational technology to manage requirements in context with total product configuration.

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Product Engineering

Supports parts, multi-level bill of materials, CMII standard configuration management and change management, approved vendor and manufacturer lists, and documents.

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Component Engineering

Simplifies component selection, approval, sourcing, and compliance processes. Aras' partnership with IHS provides access to over 450 MM parts.

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Technical Publications

Simplify your creation of documents, such as catalogs, maintenance manuals, regulatory filings, and training manuals. Pull data from multiple sources.

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Maintenance Management

Bring together engineering, manufacturing, and maintenance on a single platform to extend the Digital Thread to the field and provide the foundation for Digital Twin.

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Reconcile your BOM

Manage manufacturing data and processes.  Create graphical and concurrent process plans, MBOM and work instruction authoring, plus real-time EBOM/MBOM reconciliation.

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Quality Management

Shorten development cycles while ensuring product quality and regulatory compliance.

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Visual Collaboration

Capturing the conversation demystifies how decisions are made. Visual Collaboration enables users to mark up and comment on items inside the system. 

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Change Management

Change is the only constant in manufacturing. See how Aras helps you manage it.

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Configuration Management

Manage evolving product configurations developed my multiple groups inside the organization and within the supply chain.

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