Zero Wait - State Announces New Lineup of Product Lifecycle Management Products and Services

By CIOReview Team

Zero Wait-State, an industry-leading Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software and services provider, has today announced a new line-up of PLM customization products as well as enhancements specifically designed to automate processes, provide more quality, and significantly improve productivity.

Attribute State
Rapid application development framework for customizing and automating PLM processes, including change control, release to manufacturing, and new product introduction based on configurable templates with embedded business logic.

DocState
Document and report generation software that extends the custom document generation abilities of Agile PLM into customer defined templates including CSV, HTML, Word and Excel with company branding and document styles.

Rest State
Modern REST-based Agile PLM integration framework enabling customers to script HTML 5 compatible User Interfaces (UI) for casual users, create mobile applications, and develop more modern and secure integration interfaces between their Agile PLM platform and other enterprise applications and cloud services.

All 3 software products have been rolled out this year to clients – including Stanley, Teleflex and Cisco – with some impressive results. Steve Porter, CEO of Zero Wait-State said, “One client is seeing almost a million dollars a month ROI from leveraging our software.”

David Stewart, CTO for Zero Wait-State commented, “We continue to hear from customers that end users are ignoring processes, making data entry errors, and demanding impossible-to-maintain, one-off customizations. Our PLM Automation Software Suite solves all of these issues.”

Dries D’hooghe, Vice President of Products and Services for Zero Wait-State added, “With these new products, our customers automate repetitive functions, improve the user experience, and increase data quality. It’s clear they realize bottom-line benefits with products that extend their ability to simultaneously streamline operations and continuously adjust business processes.”

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