CCE's Oceans SDK enables creation of browser-based CAD interfaces for ERP/PDM/PLM

CCE, a leading provider of advanced interoperability technology, announces an update to Oceans SDK (OSDK), a first-of-its-kind technology for 3D CAD integration in enterprise applications. OSDK provides access to native product information stored in files of all major 3D CAD formats, via a unified API architecture, and without the need for a CAD license.

The recent update adds COM API to OSDK in addition to the existing C++ API. OSDK's COM API can be used with common scripting languages to develop lightweight browser-based CAD interfaces for ERP/PDM/PLM systems.

"Our initial focus was on desktop-based applications. But over the past year, we have seen an increasing demand from our enterprise application customers to offer browser-based applications. To address this demand we have added the COM API in Oceans SDK", says CCE's V.P. Sales & Marketing, Vinay Wagle.

OSDK provides an easy, non-royalty based solution to all such enterprise application providers, thereby providing them with a significant edge over competition. OSDK’s single API for all the CAD formats makes the integration development a lot easier and keeps the maintenance costs low.

OSDK is based on CCE’s well-known ODX libraries that provide native access to major CAD systems, and is currently used by many Independent Software Vendors for their CAD-independent viewers and translators.

For additional information, please visit http://www.cadcam-e.com/development-tools/oceans-sdk.aspx

About CCE:

CCE (www.cadcam-e.com) is a Michigan Corporation in business since 1989. Our offices are located in Farmington Hills, MI and Englewood, NJ. CCE currently employs over 200 software and design engineers. CCE’s focus is in CAD technology & application development and related services. The mission of the company is to deliver value for our customers through innovative, disciplined and communications-focused technology products and services.

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