Next generation vault for collaboration
Altium has released its enterprise data management and collaboration platform – Altium Vault 2.0.
By centralising, managing and formalising the component libraries, design data and team collaboration using the Altium Vault, design teams will be able to achieve significant productivity improvements and reduce potentially costly errors.
“Designing and maintaining engineering data demands rigor and reliability, but it should not create an administrative burden”, noted Jason Hingston, chief technology officer, for the firm. “Our development focus for this release is around collaboration and productivity – making the next generation of the Altium Vault the natural choice for design library, data and collaboration management.”
The Altium Vault manages product versions and releases, design reuse and design library management, provides a platform for real-time collaboration, and even manages installation deployment and configuration.
By implementing Altium Vault in a team’s workflow, an organisation will see improved productivity, better design reuse, and dramatically reduce the risk of human error.
Altium has also simplified product licensing for the Altium Vault product family. The new licensing system is not only aligned with traditional enterprise software products, but offers bundles tailored toward: component management, small workgroups, and enterprise level design teams.