Hawk Ridge Systems and Razorleaf launch strategic partnership

July 30, 2021

Hawk Ridge Systems, Mountain View, California, USA, a provider of 3D design, manufacturing and Additive Manufacturing solutions, has launched a strategic partnership with consulting and systems integrator Razorleaf Corporation, Stow, Ohio, USA, to deliver high-quality services and support for Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE implementations.

Razorleaf offers comprehensive consulting, professional services, and proprietary software products focused on gaining business efficiencies around PLM, design automation, integration, model-based strategies, and test automation. The company will be an extension of the Hawk Ridge Systems Professional Services team for 3DEXPERIENCE ENOVIA customers, providing consulting, implementation, managed services and help desk support.

“Standing up ENOVIA environments can be challenging for our customers using SOLIDWORKS data on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform so we are pleased that our clients will benefit from the deep expertise of Razorleaf’s technical team,” stated Jon Toews, Director of Product Strategy, Hawk Ridge Systems. “We researched the 3DEXPERIENCE ecosystem for a partner that had proven success implementing the platform, and Razorleaf stood out as a leader. Their long-standing history working with Dassault Systèmes solutions, their data management capabilities in mixed product environments, and their OnPoint implementation methodology was something we wanted to extend to our customers.”

Eric Doubel, Razorleaf CEO, commented, “Partnering with Hawk Ridge Systems is a great fit for our organisation. During our partnership discussions, we discovered that we are aligned in the same markets and initiatives for PLM. Our goal is to help clients start using the 3DEXPERIENCE platform to realise their technology investment and bring their products to market faster. Driving adoption of technology is what makes the difference in a successful implementation; the challenge is establishing the strategic technology roadmap for the implementation and then executing to that plan. We look forward to working with Hawk Ridge Systems as they help their customers achieve their PLM goals.”



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