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Aras and Minerva Win Another PLM Deal
Aras, the leading enterprise-class open source product lifecycle management (PLM) software solution provider, recently announced that ABB Epyon, a provider of

oracle abb  Agile Software (and then Oracle ’s Agile PLM ) partner, Minerva has meanwhile switched to Aras’s partner ecosystem, and the company has great knowledge of its regional PLM market and competitors.   Together, the power and flexibility of the Aras platform and Minerva’s knowledge and experience in the electronics industry provide companies such as ABB Epyon, Kamstrup, and many others in the recent past with a compelling PLM solution. In many of those wins, Aras and Minerva have prevailed over

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