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Shoe firm ON selects Centric's field testing mobile app
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Dec '16
ON, an award-winning running shoe company from Switzerland, has chosen Centric Software's Field Testing mobile app to drive product innovation and performance. Centric Software is the leading Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solution for the most prestigious names in fashion, retail, footwear, luxury, outdoor, and consumer goods industries.

Centric's Field Testing app is a new innovation and is unique on the market; it was designed to help apparel, footwear, and outdoor companies both track the usage and performance of prototypes and samples of clothing, footwear, and hard goods.

With the shoe now available in over 2'400 specialist running stores in over 50 countries and additional entities in the US in Portland, Oregon, and Yokohama in Japan, ON is experiencing incredible growth and was looking for an innovative way to optimise their field testing process to ensure only the best quality products reach market.

ON initially contacted Centric in July 2016 as they experienced the need to capture feedback from athletes, brand ambassadors and other product testers while out in the field.

Olivier Bernhard, company owner and founder of ON said, “Centric's Field Testing App will help us to manage the increased complexity in our business and streamline our testing process and collaboration with some of the world's greatest athletes, who are working together with us to create the best product possible.”

Chris Groves, president and CEO of Centric Software said, “It is an honour to partner with such an exciting and revolutionary company and to help them continue innovate the running scene. We look forward to working with ON for many years to come.” (GK)

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