eQube-DaaS Platform successfully synchronizes SPIRIT Aerosystems Tc instance with prime partner
eQube®-DaaS Platform successfully synchronizes SPIRIT Aerosystems Tc instance with prime partner
Integration across two organizations
Low Code/No Code integration
Automated data transfer
Keeping the SPIRIT Teamcenter In synch with the Prime's Teamcenter
Commercial Part, Raw Material, Components and Assembly Parts, Assembly BOM, Technical documents, Engineering change, CAD Models and data sets need to be kept in Synch
Synchronize SPIRIT Teamcenter data with SAP
Following information needs to be synchronized:
Document Information Records ('DIR' - Parts List, Drawing Picture sheets, CAD Files, Customer specifications), Classification on Document
Material Masters (Commercial, Raw Material and Components)
Material BOMs (Components and Assembly BOM)
Effectivity on BOM/Variant Configuration/Object dependency
Engineering Change Masters
Production Order link to Document Notes
Data Transfer process automatically initiated once Prime's hand off package is available in a shared file location
Creating/updating various structures in Teamcenter and SAP
Creating Effectivity on BOM/Variant Configuration/Object dependency
eQube® SAP Connector was used to fetch SAP data
eQube® SAP Connector leverages BAPIs, IDOCs, or OData services
Seamless integration of various workflows spread across Teamcenter and SAP to orchestrate a business process from receiving the hand-off package from the Prime to updating the data in SPIRIT Teamcenter and SAP
Code-less last-mile connectivity to systems using COTS eQube® connectors
eQube® Products Used
eQube®-MI and eQube®-TM
eQube® Connectors: Teamcenter, SAP ECC6, and Files
Model driven integration approach
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