Enterprise Process Definition Web - EPD

ENOVIA – Enterprise Process Definition (E-PD) is complementary product to enhance IBM WebSphere MQ Workflow. During process definition, E-PD provides process designers with utilities to import VPM P&O (People and Organization) and object definitions into IBM WebSphere MQ Workflow environment.

Having VPM object and resources information available in MQ Workflow environment allows process designers to effortlessly design an enterprise process covering both engineering-centric activities, which requires access to product and resource information in ENOVIA, with non engineering activities, such as financial information gathering from SAP, in a harmoniously orchestrated process flow. The process designers can take advantage of industry leading IBM WebSphere Business Integration (WBI) technology and MQ Messaging Services for connecting to other enterprise applications.

Process templates defined using IBM WebSphere MQ Workflow Buildtime are then deployed using ENOVIA – Enterprise Process Management (E-PM) product. E-PM exposes IBM WebSphere MQ Workflow Runtime capabilities through ENOVIA VPM Web Navigator interface for comprehensive enterprise process management in ENOVIA.

Capabilities

  • Complements IBM WebSphere MQ Workflow Buildtime module to model a process
  • Provides utilities to import ENOVIA P&O (People and Organization) and object definitions into IBM WebSphere MQ Workflow environment
  • Allows users to take advantage of industry leading IBM WebSphere Business Integration (WBI) technology and MQ Messaging Services for connecting to other enterprise applications
  • Provides users with process verification prior to template generation

Highlights

  • Share composite material information with extended teams DMU Composite Review 2 (CPR) extends the access of composite material defined in CATIA V5 to cross disciplines teams and suppliers. It fosters better communication and collaboration between the different stakeholders for a more efficient design to manufacturing process.

Contains the following CATIA modules

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