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Lectra unveils its new fashion PLM V5
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Jun '16
Lectra recently launched the latest version of its product lifecycle management (PLM) solution, Lectra Fashion PLM V5, designed to boost production efficiency by extending its process coverage to pre-production stages.

The new PLM V5 will help reduce fabric waste in production, as companies will be able to estimate fabric consumption for future collections and simulate different purchase-order scenarios earlier on.

PLM V5 comes with a new series of mobile applications to accelerate day-to-day decision making. By being able to share and view mobile versions of their works-in-progress, brands and retailers can make quick decisions on work priorities, their collection range, the size and fit of their products during off-site meetings.

“We are now living in a digital world, more so in fashion than other sectors and Lectra aims to keep its customers ahead of the evolving industry. To help them deliver profitable, on-trend collections within increasingly tight time constraints, we need to go one step further by accompanying them in their pre-production processes with both our technology and industry expertise. Clearing potential roadblocks right from the start ensures efficiency in the later production stages,” said Céline Choussy Bedouet, chief marketing and communications officer, Lectra.

“Lectra continuously strives to push past the frontiers of fashion technology to better serve this industry. We aim to accompany our customers every step of the way, right from the very first creative spark to the final production stages. With 40 years of fashion industry experience under our belts, our goal now is to keep innovating. Lectra Fashion PLM V5 is another sign of our commitment to this goal,” said Daniel Harari, CEO, Lectra. (HO)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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