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Collaboration leads to consistency with this design software

Bentley Systems

Bentley Systems

OpenPlant Connect Edition (photo) is a plant design software featuring a collaborative, 2- and 3-D design environment based on open data standards. The software supports cloud-based asset tag management and synchronization of lifecycle information with enterprise data stores. Increased collaborative capabilities improve consistency, as work can be easily coordinated and important deliverables can be shared within the extended supply chain, enforcing common standards across disciplines and organizations. Furthermore, the software supports faster multi-discipline design due to an updated interface and streamlined loading of data from other 3-D design applications. — Bentley Systems, Inc., Exton, Pa.

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