AutoVue Release Hits the Japanese Press
By firstname.lastname@example.org on Jul 16, 2010
On July 5, 2010, Oracle Japan began offering Oracle's AutoVue Enterprise Visualization 20.0. Articles on AutoVue were featured in various publications, such as: http://monoist.atmarkit.co.jp/fpro/news/2010/07/09oracle.html
Our product marketing colleague, Tony Ouk, who has not yet seen the movie "Lost in Translation", and who has not attempted serious Japanese to English translation in the last 10 years, volunteered to provide a high-level summary of the article. Thank you very much, Tony!
Summary: Oracle has released AutoVue 20.0, the solution for viewing, review, and collaboration on product and engineering data. This latest major release introduces a new architecture that scales with an organization's evolving enterprise requirements and more efficiently serves the document visualization and collaboration needs of enterprise and desktop users. A new Web services based Integration SDK provides AutoVue customers with a complete, open and standards-based set of integration solutions that supports integrations in any deployment environment including Java, .Net and C++.
AutoVue increases the efficiency of the design review process even with design changes based on multiple users. This is done by only assigning viewing rights to users, so that each change requests can be made without affecting the original design. AutoVue allows designers and contract manufacturers to cut iterations and get to market faster.
New features in this major upgrade include a 3D walkthrough capability intended to support facilities and equipment maintenance operations and the ability to view data in an offline environment.
AutoVue can work in conjunction with Agile PLM, Oracle E-Business Suite, Primavera Enterprise Project Portfolio Management, and other vendor applications to enable enterprise-wide document collaboration. The integrated view helps increase team response rates and provides accurate information for improved decision making.
Check out the article here