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Posted on Nov 27, 2017
Managing all the facets of PCB design data can be a difficult task to tackle. As the electronics market continues to thrive, circuits have become more complex with shorter design cycles and less room for error. As a result, the old ways of managing PCB design data and communicating changes across the organization are no longer sufficient. In a recent webinar, Connecting OrCAD/Allegro with your PLM, we cover the growing complexities of data management and discuss ways to resolve issues through an integrated solution.
Posted on Nov 13, 2017
The old ways of managing PCB design data and communicating changes across the organization are no longer sufficient in today’s competitive electronics driven marketplace. Learn how bi-directional interfaces connecting the OrCAD design environment and your PLM system are essential for gaining a competitive edge in our upcoming webinar.
Posted on Sep 28, 2016
Scalability is critical for businesses to consider when making purchase decisions. We all know the importance of planning for the future and scalability gives us the opportunity to do so without breaking the bank. Think about it, when you outgrow your current software, or when you aren’t sure on whether to buy what you need now vs your future solution needs, what do you do?
Posted on Sep 21, 2016
EMA recently announced EMA Enterprise Integrate to help enable OrCAD customers to bring products to market faster with a direct integration between OrCAD data and corporate PLM and ERP/MRP systems.
Posted on Sep 20, 2016
EMA Enterprise Connect enables seamless integration between your PCB design environment and the PLM, MRP, ERP systems driving overall product development and management.
Posted on Mar 14, 2016
EMA Enterprise Link™ provides synchronization between the component information system (CIS) and corporate data stored in external systems, like Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM). Shared access allows engineers to design with corporate approved parts and prevents unnecessary new part introductions and associated administrative burden.

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