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Product Lifecycle Management
Depending on your PLM environment, Axis Technologies can provide the relevant expertise. Our mission is high quality, on-time deliverables within budget.
We help our clients optimize their investment while turning their product into profit by managing all aspects of PLM.
Our project management, programming, integration and/or support services can be engaged at any phase of your project. Our ability to integrate our programming services with our PM team enables our clients to launch new products in less time and lower cost. We utilize a “Tiger Team” approach.
We integrate compliance into all our clients’ processes and implement project data management to insure the end product will comply with associated regulations.
Axis Technologies’ experienced project managers help control production processes, cut costs and enable collaboration between your organization and your suppliers. Our goal is to expedite your project completion and to reach project goals on-time and within budget.
Throughout the entire product lifecycle from planning to programming, implementation and even support, Axis Technologies can be depended on to lead the team to a successful product launch.
Business Intelligence & Infrastructure Software
- Data virtualization: abstracting, transforming, and delivering data from a variety of information sources so that it may be accessed by a consuming application or users upon request
- Enterprise information integration: using data abstraction to provide a single interface for viewing all the data within an organization
- Enterprise application integration: a collection of technologies and services which form a “middleware” to enable integration of systems and applications across the enterprise
- Service-oriented architectures (SOA): flexible design principles used to package functionality as a suite of interoperable services that can be used by different domains within the same business
The bottom line is that real-time business intelligence supports instant decision-making. With real-time business intelligence, if a customer walks up to a checkout counter at a department store with a shirt, the cashier can tell him about the coordinating tie available for purchase in the adjacent department.