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French apparel firm selects Gerber's YuniquePLM solution
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Jan '15
French apparel manufacturer Lafodex SA, has implemented YuniquePLM by Gerber Technology, world leader in providing integrated solutions for manufacturing processes, to accelerate their workflow and reduce errors.

Lafodex chose to standardize the design and manufacturing processes throughout their operations by incorporating YuniquePLM along with a fully integrated Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system.

YuniquePLM, designed specifically for the fashion and retail industries, features robust functionality in a web-based platform that seamlessly integrates with various ERP systems. Teams around the world can communicate more effectively, accelerate their workflows and reduce errors, according to a press release.

Lafodex chose the Yunique system to improve collaboration and meet its growing technical and design objectives.

Lafodex president Regis Delobre said, “Using YuniquePLM for pre-production and quality control purposes were key points to improve our processes. Yunique is providing the structure and visibility necessary to meet and exceed standardized and quality normalization guidelines (ISO) for the industry.”

Bill Brewster, vice president and general manager of Yunique solutions said, “With YuniquePLM, Lafodex is now able to make informed choices to ensure the utmost quality and streamline its processes, ultimately saving time and cost.”

Gerber’s PLM systems can help businesses of all sizes accelerate time to market, reduce lead time and improve margins by managing the details of line plans, tech packs and samples and simplifying communication and collaboration with global partners.

Lafodex’s product lines include occupational clothing; protective and professional wear, providing work wear for a wide variety of services and industries. (GK)

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