Our most recent OpenBOM production update introduced quite a few new functions -one of the most prominent ones being – Integration with Octopart. The function is the next step in OpenBOM plans to connect to online data sources, which is part of our strategy to support the agile and connected supply chain. Keeping Up With…Details
Simple as Google Spreadsheets
Make sure OpenBOM is easier to use than any PDM, PLM or ERP system and requires no special skills.
Images and 3D
Include preview images of your parts and assemblies in the BOM to increase visibility. 3D viewer.
Simultaneous Edit and Data Sharing
Access and edit data in real-time by multiple people to speed up communication and collaboration.
Integrate with CAD, PLM, ERP, and accounting systems to automatically extract and synchronize data.
Data Import & REST API
Import BOMs and catalogs from your legacy data sources (Excel files, databases, etc.)
Distributed Items Database
Single source of truth for all information. A central repository of information about all your parts and materials.
History, Revision & Change Management
Keep all changes and revisions to your BOM in a history log.
Production, Inventory, and Purchasing
Simply maintain “quantity on hand” for each part in the catalogs.
Established in 2015 by Newman Cloud Inc., OpenBOM develops modern product-oriented data management and business tools for manufacturing companies. OpenBOM cloud-based real-time collaboration & data management technology allows managing Parts, Catalogs, Bill of Materials, Inventories, and purchase orders across networks of engineers, supply chain managers, and contract manufacturers. OpenBOM enables people to seamlessly share and collaborate data using online Bill of Materials from initial design through all stages of engineering, manufacturing, and supply chain.
The manufacturing and supply chain is full of unexpected situations and COVID just brought tons of new challenges to manufacturers, suppliers, and contractors worldwide. The industry was already full of a lot of challenges and is now facing new ones – shutdowns, a surge of demands, and many others are making it so that manufacturers…Details
One of the things every manufacturing company is facing is the decision about how to manage Part Numbers. During my many years in the industry, I learned how hard the decision about Part Numbers is and how complex of an issue it can be. If you’re interested in learning more about broad perspectives on Part…Details