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CycleOp joins Aras Partner Program
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Feb '10
Aras, leading enterprise open source Product Lifecycle Management [PLM] software solution provider, announced that CycleOp, a PLM systems integrator and consulting services provider located in Tel Aviv, Israel, has joined the Aras Partner Program.

CycleOp offers PLM deployment and systems integration services led by experienced personnel with years of hands-on implementation knowledge in PLM software and industry processes. CycleOp provides PLM project definition and implementation for small and midsized companies to shorten cycle time from concept to manufacturing while improving productivity and collaboration.

“The Aras model represents the next generation in enterprise PLM software solutions from both a business and technical standpoint,” said Sagi Tikotski, General Manager at CycleOp. “The elimination of PLM license costs for advanced PLM software is truly revolutionary and means that companies can solve product development and engineering process collaboration challenges without a large capital expenditure.”

“Aras welcomes CycleOp to the partner program as a member of the corporate community,” said Peter Schroer, President of Aras. “CycleOp's PLM deployment service experience means that small and midsized companies across Israel have access to proven best practices expertise, and we are glad to have them join the Aras community.”

Aras Corporation

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