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Aras Corp Company Profile


100 Brickstone Square
Andover, Massachusetts, 01810
United States of America
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Aras provides a resilient platform for digital industrial applications. Only Aras offers open, low code technology that enables the rapid delivery of flexible, upgradeable solutions for the engineering, manufacturing and maintenance of complex products. Aras’ platform and product lifecycle management applications connect users in all disciplines and functions to critical product data and processes across the lifecycle and throughout the extended supply chain. Headquartered in Andover, MA with major offices throughout the world, Aras supports more than 350 global multinational customers and over 250,000 users. The Aras Innovator platform is freely downloadable.  All applications are available at a single subscription rate, which includes all upgrades performed by Aras. Aras customers include Airbus, Audi, GE, GM, Honda, Kawasaki, and Microsoft.

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Before 3D printing can evolve, it must be enhanced with sufficient data management.

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Starting with Aras Innovator 14, new platform features, plus any updates to applications, connectors or platform components, will be released together every 5 weeks.

Peter Schroer transitions to Aras Board of Directors.

Digital transformation of the automobile will require a new design approach.

CIMdata study charges that deferred PLM upgrades delay time-to-value and inhibit digital-era business strategies.

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