ENOVIA V6R2012® - Le PLM collaboratif

ENOVIA de Dassault Systèmes est la plate-forme de collaboration la plus populaire pour le lancement de nouveaux produits. ENOVIA s'attache à créer une expérience utilisateur forte, appréciée de tous, des petites équipes aux grandes multinationales.

IT / Administrator

Discover solutions designed for those responsible for administering the ENOVIA server and refining its business rules and data to meet specific company processes.

ENOVIA Studio Modeling Platform

ENOVIA® Studio Modeling Platform provides the development tools for a company to define configurations that are needed in their production ENOVIA system.

While ENOVIA offers Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) products that cover many product development business processes, the need for companies to tailor or extend ENOVIA products to meet their specific needs is inevitable. In fact, in order to maintain its competitive advantage some aspects of the product development process must be unique compared to how other companies execute their processes. ENOVIA Studio Modeling Platform is required in order to tailor and configure the production ENOVIA system.

 

The users of ENOVIA Studio Modeling Platform must be valid licensees of the products that are configured. However, a user’s production license can also be used with the system installed for ENOVIA Studio Modeling Platform.

  • Ensure end user acceptance
  • Achieve targeted business process improvements
  • Maintain a competitive advantage with unique capabilities without compromising the ability to upgrade to newer releases
  • Dynamic Modeling
    The underlying schema and business processes are all modeled and configured using the ENOVIA Studio Modeling Platform. Administrators can easily extend the business model or make changes to the standard model. Such capabilities include the ability to define new business types, attributes, relationships, policies, workflows, organizations, people, etc. Changes made to the schema are recorded as history entries so development teams can audit how the ENOVIA system evolved over time.
  • User Interface Components
    A rich set of user interface tools are provided to deliver significant functionality with minimal programming effort in order to easily change the presentation and capabilities of standard ENOVIA products and best of all, changes are upgradeable with future software updates. The user interface tools are access-controlled to provide role-specific views and are used to model the entire user experience – menus, forms, tables, structure, actions, etc. -- in the user’s preferred language.
  • Advanced Full-text Search Component
    Administrators can use the full-text search functionality from ENOVIA® Live Collaboration with their custom development. This advanced search functionality leverages the OEM IDOL platform from Autonomy and is encapsulated into a generic, configurable search component that is used throughout the applications providing a rich and consistent search experience. Configuration includes specifying search types, attributes and related business object data for end-user keyword searching. In addition, administrators define and configure additional taxonomies and parametric fields to aid the user in refining and reducing the search results. Administrators can deploy additional IDOL servers to maintain optimal performance and scalability.
  • Persistent Object Identifiers
    The ENOVIA system automatically generates “persistent” object identifiers for all business objects and relationships. These identifiers are not only persistent as meta-data changes but also guaranteed to be unique across multiple instances and deployments. With persistent and unique identifiers across all ENOVIA deployments, replicating and synchronizing data across systems can be simplified by detecting that an object has been previously replicated based on the existence of a persistent ID in the target system.
  • Service-Oriented Architecture
    Web services enable implementers to manipulate ENOVIA data and business processes using a service-oriented architecture (SOA). Using an interactive web interface, administrators can manage and deploy web services delivered with the ENOVIA system and applications. In addition, administrators can choose which services to deploy as well as establish access rights for what services can be executed by a given user.
  • The Role of ENOVIA V6 and PLM 2.0
    ENOVIA Studio Modeling Platform supports PLM 2.0, product lifecycle management online for everyone, and the ENOVIA V6 values, which are: Global collaborative innovation Single PLM platform for intellectual property (IP) management Online creation and collaboration Ready to use PLM business processes Lower cost of ownership.