A product-centric business tool for manufacturing.

About OpenBOM

OpenBOM is a cloud-based real-time collaboration and data management software for managing parts, catalogs, bill of materials, inventories, and purchase orders. The software is used in all stages of engineering, manufacturing, and supply chain environments.

OpenBOM can be used in place of PDM, PLM, or ERP systems. The solution can also integrated with CAD, PLM, and ERP systems to ensure your business is operating to it’s fullest potential. Real-time access via the cloud lets you work with your team with instant updates. You can also attach images of your parts and assemblies in the bill of materials.

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Features

  • Visual BOM
  • Simultaneous BOM Edit
  • BOM Integrations
  • Legacy Data Import
  • Distributed Repository of all BOM Parts
  • Revision and History of all BOM changes
  • BOM and Inventory Data

Pricing and Subscription Plans

There are a variety of plans available depending on your functionality requirements and the size of your team.

Free Version

  • Intended for use by a single user
  • Simply organizing of BOMs and parts
  • No export features
  • No multi-level rollups and formulas
  • No production planning and purchase order features
  • Professional User: Starts at $10/user/month
  • Professional Team: Starts at $50/team/month
  • Company: $150/company/month
  • Enterprise: Variable pricing

Product Overview

User Reviews of OpenBOM

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Submitted on September 17th, 2019 by Scott Krueger from AMP Robotics

I found OpenBOM because I needed a solution to roll up quantities in our complicated multilevel robotic equipment BOMs, something I could not do in Excel. I found OpenBOM’s Flatten feature to be EXACTLY what I was looking for. I wish I would have found it months ago!

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Submitted on September 7th, 2019 by Thomas Klar from VarTech Systems

OpenBOM has solved many issues. It also catches mistakes. One thing we love is we have a reference catalog that will prompt us of incorrect/duplicate part numbers, and point us to the correct one. It also has caught many revision numbers inconsistency’s.