Our history

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Our history
  1. 2014

    Partnership with CLIP Industries’ to offer CAD, DMS and PLM connectors with ERP CLIPPER and HELIOS.
  2. 2013

    Release of Audros version 7.5 and launch of the collaborative AudrosBOX, EDM solution in the Cloud. Partnership with the CMMS DimoMaint to provide add-on Maintenance Document Management (G.D.M).
  3. 2012

    Launch of Audros version 7 including the new AWS 7 interface developed in HTML5 to enhance the user's experience.
  4. 2011

    Strategic alliance with Sage to provide a PLM solution for Sage 100. Launch of the new administration tool ModelShape v7.
  5. 2010

    Name change : Assetium becomes Audros Technology. The new Audros version 6.4 is released including the new module Audros EasyDMS. The company signs a partnership with Solvaxis editor ProConcept ERP.
  6. 2009

    Audros buys the PLM activity of the group Innocad Access Commerce to strengthen its business structure and its communications with partners and customers. Release of Audros version 6.3.
  7. 2008

    Assetium becomes an IBM Business Partner and signs a business alliance to integrate its PLM solution with Sage ERP X3. Assetium offers 2 new ranges Audros Standard Edition and Audros Enterprise Edition.
  8. 2007

    Assetium launches AudrosXpress for multi-CAD Design Departments using SolidWorks, Catia v5, Solid Edge, Pro/E or Inventor. Assetium announces a new CAD connector for Inventor 2008 and introduces its customers to the Audros version 6.2.
  9. 2006

    Assetium organizes its first AUDROS Kickoff bringing together more than 100 customers and partners in Lyon. On this occasion, version 6.1 was presented, with over 150 improvements.
  10. 2005

    Assetium launches AudrosWorks, a “ready-to-use” PDM software application dedicated to SMBs using SolidWorks. Assetium presents several new modules for Audros such as eCatalog, Modiflex, JCADI, Solid Edge and CATIA interfaces as well as DocRouting.
  11. 2004

    A third shareholder joins the management team, in lieu of Rand, to develop a network of distributors, integrators and business partners. Assetium focuses on software development and to move to a 100% indirect sales strategy. Assetium launches FlowBoard an application for the management and follow-up of projects.
  12. 2003

    Assetium introduces multiple tools for document chain automation (PDF, WORD, EXCEL). Assetium launches FlowNet a documentary workflow application for the processing chain of electronic signatures.
  13. 2002

    The leadership group presents the new Audros version 6, built entirely on Internet technologies. Signatures of partnerships take place between Assetium and service companies for the implementation of Audros or for the provision of additional modules.
  14. 2001

    The founder of Audros, together with a former member of the development team, acquires 51% of Rand Software’s assets. RAND Software becomes Assetium.
  15. 2000

    Development teams are set up in countries with emerging economies. Their mission is to produce software for companies at low production cost.
  16. 1999

    All software production activities of Rand Software, are transferred to an international Research and Development Centre located in Ireland. The founder of Audros takes charge of these production activities in Ireland.
  17. 1997

    The company in its entirety joins the Rand Worldwide group, a Canadian company specialized in the installation of CADCAM solutions for industrial markets. Audros technology becomes Rand Software.
  18. 1995

    The risk capital company Inovacom, a subsidiary of France Telecom, takes a stake in the company Audros informatique. The company becomes Audros technology.
  19. 1993

    Following a PHD thesis presented at the “Ecole Centrale” in Lyon on the theme of technical and documentary data management, the Audros computer company was created to develop the Audros software we know today.