Tribon and Atlantec Sign Agreement

Thursday, September 19, 2002
Tribon Solutions and Atlantec Enterprise Solutions have signed a Tribon Software Systems Developer Co-operation Agreement. Atlantec Enterprise Solutions will use the Tribon Developer’s Toolkit to develop additional functions to Tribon, e.g. for interfaces to ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning), PDM (Product Data Management) and Document Management systems. The Tribon Developer’s Toolkit is a collection of tools, allowing customers to develop their own application functions based on Tribon. · Tribon Vitesse makes it possible to develop programs for design automation according to the shipyards’ own rules and with direct access to the Tribon Product Information Model (PIM). Tribon Vitesse can be applied from the smallest design standard to complete sections of ships thus reducing design man-hours and improving quality. · Tribon Production Data Interface (PDI) makes Tribon data available for customer specific needs. It is implemented as an Oracle database, in which various applications store selected Tribon data. PDI is specifically suited for the reuse of Tribon data in a planning or materials administration system. Both companies will be presenting their solutions at the SMM exhibition in Hamburg September 24-28, Tribon Solutions at stand 12112 and Atlantec Enterprise Solutions at stand 12111.
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