Making PLM Forms Look Exactly Like Existing Paper or Legacy Forms with Aras

MarcL: Form creation and management tools should be available to design custom electronic versions of a company’s specific forms so they look & work like existing paper-based forms or legacy systems that are being replaced.

Peter Schroer:

The Aras Innovator platform is unique among enterprise PLM systems due to the powerful flexibility of the Model-based SOA framework.

A very simple, graphical, drag-and-drop user interface is included in the Aras Innovator solution studio to support the layout of Forms and other business objects.

Since the resulting forms are DHTML  (dynamic HTML),  it is possible to use any HTML features and functions in the forms,        allowing unlimited artistic freedom to re-create existing legacy screens or paper forms exactly the way they look and function today.

MOST IMPORTANT,  these changes can be made in real-time by actual users (with the right permissions) instead of a large IT exercise,  and all changes that are made are supportable and upgradeable.

Your personnel will be trained on how to create, modify and support unlimited company specific forms,  and all this customization work will be upgraded by Aras to future versions of Aras Innovator as part of a standard Aras subscription package.

For additional information on these capabilities see posts tagged ‘Customize’ and ‘Upgrade’.

Aras PLM Software Solution Studio Form Editing

Screenshot example of Form editing in drag & drop Solution Studio – can layout Aras Forms exactly like your company’s existing Forms

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