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a) the customer runs a server, and their personnel access the content via a
browser interface through their intranet and extranet?
b) you provide the server-side app(s) and storage, and the customer
accesses their own stuff via browser ?"
It's B. Software-as-a-Service. No client installation. Banking-level
security. Companies can choose to upload files to our secure servers or
create files that are links to files on their own web or ftp servers.
On Fri, Apr 23, 2010 at 10:31 AM, McLauchlan, Kevin <
Kevin -dot- McLauchlan -at- safenet-inc -dot- com> wrote:
> When you say "online" do you mean:
> a) the customer runs a server, and their personnel access the content via a
> browser interface through their intranet and extranet?
> b) you provide the server-side app(s) and storage, and the customer
> accesses their own stuff via browser ?
> - K
> *From:* kafkascampi [mailto:kafkascampi -at- gmail -dot- com]
> Caveat: I work for an online PLM app (Arena). Ours is aimed at
> small-to-medium businesses while Agile is for the monster companies.
> Ours is a subscription-based model for BOM and Change Management. A lot of
> our customers do use it for Doc Control, and our file management is quite
> robust. Users can make a file an "item", thereby applying revision control.
> And you can choose to enforce Change Control at the In Design or In
> Production stage of the item lifecycle--setting up Change Control Boards for
> approval of new revisions.
> Agile works in very much the same way, but their online offering was
> shelved when Oracle bought them. I believe they are bringing it back now.
> Sorry for any perceived plugging--feel free to contact me off list if you
> want any more PLM info.
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