Introducing Inforbix Product Data Apps

Introducing Inforbix Product Data Apps

I’d like to take an opportunity and introduce a new company, I founded together with my colleagues – Inforbix. Our vision is to revolutionize the way people in manufacturing companies are accessing heterogeneous product data. Please, visit Inforbix website to get more information about the company, people and our ideas. Also, I’d like to introduce a new blog – Product Data Space. Inforbix is a social company, so you’ll be able to find us on LinkedInFacebook and Twitter.  You are also invited to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

Inforbix and Beyond PLM

I’d like to say few words about my blogging activity. For the last couple of years, PLM Think Tank and, lately, Beyond PLM shared my opinions about engineering and manufacturing software, CAD, PDM, PLM, industry and technological trends. This activity was absolutely independent of my employment in the past and will remain independent of my future role in Inforbix. PLM Think Tank remains daily, and I’m looking forward to sharing new information, thoughts and opinion about what is going on in Engineering and Manufacturing Software Beyond PLM.

Best, Oleg


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  • Hey, my spaniel has the very same toy ball!

  • beyondplm

    Alex, it is cool! I hope you liked video…

  • Congrats Oleg! The best of luck in your new venture and looking forward to seeing you at #COFESIsrael (in December)

  • Sure. It is way cooler than an average engineering-related promo stuff, if you know what I mean.

    Oleg, while the general idea is more or less clear, will there be more details to what Inforbix and you are up to?
    Like, how broad do you perceive your scope is going to be? Will it dead-sure be limited to manufacturing? What about very non-standard data sources like, say, MathCAD calc sheets?

    More to say, I was chatting with some friends from MCAD background with no significant PLM penetration and there was a suggestion that owners like such data consolidation basically because they would like to have more control over, er, knowledge about product by eliminating the engineer’s expertise as much as possible. Any comments to this?

  • beyondplm

    Allan, Thanks! Looking forward to seeing you in Israel in Dec. Best, Oleg

  • beyondplm

    Alex, thanks for your comments and thoughts… We are starting from traditional for manufacturing data sources – CAD, MCAD, AEC, AEC, Excel following for PDM, PLM, ERP and other homegrown solution. We didn’t have, MathCAD on the schedule, for the moment, but it seems to me interesting to explore more in details.
    Your second point is an important part of what we are doing. Our focus is, first of all, on current data in the organization. It will give to users the ability “to retrieve” data (vs. management of data).

  • Allen

    Congratulations! Access the data as easy as unscrew the faucet, Great.

  • beyondplm

    Allen, thanks for your comment! You got it absolutely right, this is our vision. Best, Oleg