Razorleaf Debuts CLOVER CollectIT Release 2.0

CollectIT allows non-PLM users to view the full BOM hierarchy, related CAD files, ECOs, technical documentation and the latest product engineering data from the new Item Viewer.

CollectIT allows non-PLM users to view the full BOM hierarchy, related CAD files, ECOs, technical documentation and the latest product engineering data from the new Item Viewer.

Razorleaf Corporation, a PLM consulting and systems integrator, launches CLOVER CollectIT release 2.0, a web-based file management application that allows users to view, extract, package and distribute PLM files and data across the extended enterprise. 

The new CollectIT release allows non-PLM users to view the full BOM hierarchy, related CAD files, ECOs, technical documentation and the latest product engineering data from the new Item Viewer. Manufacturers can convert PART, BOM or other metadata stored in PLM into readable Microsoft Word or PDF files using customizable templates for viewing and output.

With the latest version of CollectIT, internal stakeholders can now view PLM data in real time through a simple web browser and easily export files and data from PLM without an import/export tool. These capabilities extend PLM information to non-engineering teams previously unable to access critical product information to enhance productivity and collaboration.

“CollectIT Release 2.0 improves operational efficiency by allowing downstream departments to access current engineering information on-demand,” says Eric Doubell, CEO Razorleaf. “The new CollectIT Item Viewer is a robust web-based search tool that allows manufacturing teams to view native stored data and files to ensure accurate and current information, leading to better decision-making and shortening the product lifecycle.”

CollectIT is vendor-neutral software that uses Razorleaf’s CLOVER technology, a communications hub, to enable the exchange of Product Lifecycle Management data and processes between applications across systems, vendors or domains to support a Model Based Enterprise (MBE).

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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