Sovelia PLM

Sovelia PLM version 21.0 available

The new 21.0 release of Sovelia PLM has many great enhancements to existing functionality and also new features, like the Sovelia Monitor.

Sovelia PLM version 21.0 available

Walkthrough of the new functionality

Sovelia Server new functionality includes

  • Toggle between different grid styles: Normal, Compact and Card layout
  • Structure compare has a toggle to show either all rows or all changed rows only
  • Capability to approve directly e.g. from Created state to In Production state
  • Renewed user account section
  • User can see all own logged-in devices and can control them
  • Geolocation information added for each device
  • Help pages directed to base
  • Support for customer-specific help pages under SOVELIA web server
  • Browser tabs title has information about the select object or the current page
  • Improvements on file shortcuts
  • HTML admin tool UI improvements
  • Security enhancements
  • Support to copy documents as part of the installed based copy functions
  • ERP triggers can now provide also JSON format outputs
  • Server monitoring data send Capability

Check out more information on this Knowledge base article.

Sovelia Monitoring

Sovelia Monitoring is one of the new functionalities that help you to better understand your PLM data and usage of the solution. See an introduction to the functionality and reach out to us for more information

Monitoring includes:

  • License usage rates (and optionally users who are using them)
  • Traffic between Sovelia server and database
  • Server response time to REST API calls
  • Failing REST API calls
  • Error events happening at Sovelia server
  • Self Tests success rate

Autodesk New Transaction Process Announced for the US and Canada

13 March 2024

Autodesk launched a new transaction process to customers who purchase subscriptions in Australia in November 2023. Following a successful trial, they have announced a go-live date of 10th June 2024 for the US & Canada. No timeline has been shared for other geographies, but Autodesk does intend to roll the new process out globally over the next 2 years.

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