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Centric unveils new cloud PLM suite for small businesses
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Sep '15
Centric Software, a leading provider of product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions for retail, apparel, footwear, luxury, and consumer goods, has launched Centric Cloud, a new solution specifically designed for small businesses.

Centric Cloud, a cloud-based PLM solution, helps speed product development, improve costs and increase market responsiveness.

Like Centric Software's flagship Centric 8 PLM platform, developed for larger organizations, Centric Cloud packages extended PLM, including mobility and key industry learning, but focuses on functionality tailored for small business. Centric Cloud is available on a subscription basis or software as a service (SaaS).

As Centric Cloud lives on the cloud, projects are always the right size and scalable over the long term. Centric Cloud can be configured remotely, hosted securely off-site, and, with a new ultra-fast implementation, rolled out in as few as ten working days. With no hardware to purchase and install, upfront costs are reduced. Centric Cloud is designed to grow with companies, whether they make performance wear, footwear, leather goods, tailored apparel, denim, intimates, or other fashion goods, according to a press release.

Centric's CEO and president, Chris Groves said, “Innovation in software and implementation methods has been driven by the needs of large businesses, but the end results—innovative technologies and proven best practices—are universal and adaptable. Inspired by experience gained from more than 100 PLM implementation projects with industry-leading companies, Centric Cloud can be rapidly deployed to bring expert know-how to small businesses, and level the competitive playing field.” (GK)

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