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Centric to partake in Swedish Fashion Council
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Aug '16
Centric Software, developer of the world's leading product lifecycle management software (PLM) for fashion, retail, footwear, outdoor, luxury, and consumer goods companies, is set to exhibit at Fashion Business Days, a business-oriented program created by the Swedish Fashion Council, to be held in Stockholm from August 17 to 18, 2016.

The event brings together brands, buyers, and media to view new collections with inspirational seminars and network. The Swedish Fashion Council targets rising talents with mentorship programs and Fashion Business Days will emphasise the importance of accessible, affordable technology tailored to the needs of growing businesses.

Centric will discuss about how product lifecycle management can help speed up product development, cut down costs, and bring fresh products to the market faster.

Centric will be on-hand at the Fashion Business Days to demonstrate its suite of mobile PLM applications – including solutions for product presentation, improving fit, capturing inspiration, field testing prototypes – and its robust Collection Management module for PLM, both designed to dynamically extend the power of PLM to merchandisers, marketing, sales, and field teams.

Daniel di Benedetto, Centric Software's sales director for the region said, “Both established and emerging brands are now looking beyond their domestic customers. But in order to succeed on the international stage, where product planning, costing, and improving margins are more complex, companies need to think digitally and compete on an even technological playing field.”

Chris Groves, president and CEO of Centric Software said, “Swedish brands are incredibly strong locally and globally, and Centric is proud to be actively involved in the region,” says. “Our technologies are already used by some of the biggest fashion names on the planet to improve margins, improve transparency and sustainability, and drive business growth. Our commitment is to make the same innovative tools available to Swedish and Nordic brands.” (GK)

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