• Data contained in two disjointed systems (EPDM & SharePoint)
  • Difficult to expose data from both systems side-by-side
  • Potential data and file redundancy, complications, and errors
  • Prefers unified access and presentation


  • Expose selected EPDM data and functionalities in SharePoint via an integration web part


  • Supports EPDM object queries from within SharePoint
  • Query results presented in a SharePoint data table/grid
  • View EPDM object metadata in SharePoint
  • Download and view EPDM files in SharePoint


  • Extend EPDM to SharePoint users
  • Leverages Microsoft Office Solutions for PLM Data (Project Management, Workspaces, Issue Management, etc.)
  • Provides selected and focused EPDM features in SharePoint—simplifies access to EPDM data
  • Familiar, intuitive, and customizable browser?based user experience
  • Minimal EPDM concepts and skill set required
  • Facilitate business and engineering processes by combining data from both platforms in a single workflow, while maintaining data integrity
  • Preserve and utilize existing data: no need for large scale data migration or duplication across platforms
  • Exposes EPDM data to mobile users

Additional/Upcoming Features:

  • Statistics of EPDM data and usage may be generated and displayed
  • Supports EPDM workflow responses (accept or reject) directly from within a SharePoint web part