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Customer Case Studies


Regardless of the type of high-tech industry, organizations face various business challenges on a day-to-day basis. We asked some of the most successful, efficient and fast-growing companies to share their operational struggles and ways of overcoming them.


Case Study: ANCA

To reduce time to bring new products to market, ANCA needed to optimize their virtual collaboration tools but identified an integration problem between their ERP system and their Aras Innovator system.

Case Study: SM Power

As SM power grew as a company, the complexity in their product documentation grew as well. They felt the need to create an automated workflow for CAD files and other product design documentation and chose Aras Innovator to do the job.


Case Study: Vard Electro

Read the details how Vard Electro successfully transitioned to Minerva Electronic PLM and overcame their business challenges.

Case Study: Airbus

The flexibility and scalability of Aras, which allows the user to add customized functionalities without extra charges nor any need for heavy programming, was one of the main reasons why Airbus chose to implement the system.


Case Study: Carestream Health

In the full version of this case study, you can read how the Minerva Medical Device PLM solution was implemented to improve Project Management, especially improving the management of deliverables for both medical and non-medical device projects.

Case Study: Mycronic

Read more what made Mycronic select Aras Innovator as their backbone system and how this changed their business environment. 

Case Study: Delta V Aerospace

Delta V Aerospace went from 2 days to 2 minutes to create a BOM. How? Read in the full case study. 


Case Study: Teledyne DALSA

Developing and producing more advanced products in a faster tempo, Teledyne DALSA saw a tremendous increase of product related data. The need for a more flexible and global product data management system increased.


Case Study: L3 TRL

While growing as an organization, managing different products’ data as well as searching for the latest version became more chaotic and time consuming. Being true to their proactive culture, L3 TRL found a solution. Read more about their implementation journey.

Case Study: Consilium

Consilium must meet the highest safety standards, and product documentation requirements. They experienced difficulties with keeping track of data due to having it distributed on different IT systems and servers. Many areas were operating inefficiently.

Case Study: Micropower

In the past all product data was spread out over a lot of different databases and files were saved in libraries on different servers, which led to a highly time-consuming process of data extraction. Micropower to action!

Case Study: Auditdata

Faced with the challenge to find documents and to make relationships between them, Auditdata needed a relationional database, that would systemize documents and give a good overview of the relationships between different files.

Case Study: Esterline Racal Acoustics

It was of high importance for the Racal Acoustics´ team to eliminate all ineffective procedures that don´t add value and that increase the time to market of their products. Electronic PLM implementation was the right solution.

Case Study: North Sea Electronics

Keeping track of the latest documentation revisions, finding previous component versions, and an increase in production issuing errors, were some of the challenges North Sea Electronics faced in the past. How to overcome them?


Case Study: Aeronamic

Dealing with complex high-tech products makes it crucial for Aeronamic to find a platform that complies with all the specialized work processes and with industry specific regulation requirements.

Case Study: Malvern

1 million files, that was roughly the amount of data scattered in literally every virtual corner of Malvern's organization - from hard drives to e-mails and floppy disks. The vast quantities of unstructured information were the main factor behind their decision to find a system enabling a more structured way of centralizing the data.