Arena Unveils Cloud-Based Product, Quality Mgmt Platform for Electronic Defense Suppliers

ExecutiveBiz - Arena Unveils Cloud-Based Product, Quality Mgmt Platform for Electronic Defense Suppliers

Arena Solutions has collaborated introduced a technology platform for electronic defense suppliers to manage the life cycle and quality of products through Amazon Web Services' government-focused cloud environment.

The Arena PLM for AWS GovCloud is designed for manufacturing companies that are subject to U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations and Export Administration Regulations, Arena said Wednesday.

The platform works to help regulated product manufacturers comply with government requirements for data access and storage.

Craig Livingston, CEO of Arena Solutions, said the offering facilitates cloud-based product realization and seeks to maintain "the integrity and security of digital export-controlled product data throughout the supply chain.“

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