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Apparel firm Wilson chooses Centric PLM suite
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Feb '16
US-based apparel firm Wilson has selected the product lifecycle management (PLM) software from Centric Software.

Founded as a family business, Wilson offers personalised design, sourcing and supply chain services that cover the full spectrum of casual wear, footwear, and accessories.

Wilson's head of merchandising, Gill Barr, and her team chose to adopt what they saw as the fashion industry's most specialised, best-in-class PLM platform, according to a press release.

Barr said, “We trusted Centric implicitly from day one. We investigated multiple PLM vendors and found that Centric's out-of-the-box solution, straightforward usability and unparalleled fashion industry references, made it the only sensible match for our business.”

Centric Software CEO, Chris Groves said, “Wilson's push to improve communication and collaboration across growing international teams is an important milestone in their growth plans. We are pleased to play a hand in helping them to continue to deliver great products to great brands.”

From its headquarters in Silicon Valley and offices in trend capitals around the world, Centric Software builds technologies for the most prestigious names in fashion, retail, footwear, luxury, and consumer goods. (GK)

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