Arena Re-prices Cloud PLM Software

May 22, 2012
Arena Solutions, a provider of cloud PLM applications for bill of materials (BOM) and change management, today announced that its flagship BOM and change management product now has a starting price —enabling even the smallest teams to benefit from cloud PLM functionality at an affordable price.

In addition to announcing new pricing plans, Arena has changed the name of its flagship product to BomControl—in order to better differentiate the Bom and change management solution from Arena’s newest prototyping and supplier solutions (PartsList and PDXViewer.)

“The monthly pricing is designed to allow new businesses to get up and running quickly with minimal risk,” says Andrea Pitts, VP of sales and strategic alliances for Arena. “We believe the tools that help you get your product to market faster should be priced so they are an easily justifiable expense when you’re ramping to production. There is no longer any reason for small businesses and start-ups to waste time managing their important product data in error-prone spreadsheets.”
“With the launch of our two new products, Arena PartsList and Arena PDXViewer, we wanted to rename the core product to better reflect its place in the Arena ecosystem,” said Marc Escobosa, VP of marketing and design for Arena. “PartsList and PDXViewer support conceptual design and supply chain collaboration. But at the heart of our product offerings is BomControl, a cloud solution that helps manufacturers get control of the Bom, and manage changes to important product data.”
The newly renamed BomControl is available in three plans—Basic, Plus and Unlimited. BomControl Basic is a “starter package” that gives manufacturers the ability to start with a low initial investment. For larger manufacturers, the Plus and Unlimited plans include more seats and the ability to integrate into other enterprise systems. All plans and pricing can be viewed on Arena’s website—which was redesigned this week to better highlight Arena’s multiple product options.

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