Trubiquity Joins the Codex of PLM Openness Initiative

 

Troy, MI, July 19, 2012

Trubiquity, as a leading provider of managed file transfer, process automation and integration software, has joined the Codex of PLM Openness (CPO) initiative. The Codex of PLM Openness is a program of the ProSTEP iViP organization designed to provide a common understanding on openness of information technology (IT) systems in the context of PLM.

This joint effort involved IT providers, integrators and customers and has defined measurable criteria that provides a clear position with regard to PLM Openness. Trubiquity joined the voluntary CPO as a self commitment to continue offering highly integrative solutions for PLM driven supply chain managed file transfer (MFT) and collaboration. Martyn Davies, Trubiquity, Vice President, indicates “The PLM Openness initiative aligns very well with Trubiquity’s product orientation in that our solutions do already integrate well with multiple PLM systems. The CPO further strengthens our commitment to work in partnership with our customers and PLM vendors to provide secure, proven and cost-effective solutions to facilitate “round trip” collaboration workflows with internal teams, suppliers and partners.”

About Trubiquity
Trubiquity is a leading global provider of MFT (managed file transfer), process automation and integration solutions for 6,500 companies with 60,000 users in the automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, retail, finance, healthcare and consumer goods industries. For more than 25 years, Trubiquity solutions have helped world class companies and partners better communicate, collaborate, integrate and automate business critical data ensuring security and compliance with rigorous international standards. Trubiquity is headquartered in Troy, Michigan, USA with international offices in Germany and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.trubiquity.com.

About the ProSTEP iViP Association
ProSTEP iViP Association bundles the interests of manufacturers and suppliers in the manufacturing industry as well as IT vendors, in close cooperation with research and science institutes, to provide its members with the long-term competitive advantages that more efficient processes, methods and systems enable. The ProSTEP iViP Association remains committed to developing new approaches to end-to-end process, system and data integration for its members and providing digital support for all the phases of the product creation process. Members of the ProSTEP iViP Association currently include about 160 companies and organizations from 17 nations. For more information on ProSTEP iViP, please visit www.prostep.org.