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Cloud-enabled YuniquePLM to focus on usability
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Apr '15
Bill Brewster
Bill Brewster
The new cloud-enabled YuniquePLM software integrates various features that focus on usability and reducing efforts for efficient work and better user experience, according to a company official.

"We have now made YuniquePLM cloud-enabled to serve our customers," Bill Brewster, vice-president and general manager of Yunique Solutions told fibre2fashion.com. "New features for YuniquePLM V6 include line planning, calendar management (integrated across the application) and silhouette (block) management."

"As with every release, we continue to focus on usability and reducing the number of steps and clicks for different functions to perform their work more efficiently," he asserted.

YuniquePLM allows customers to work simultaneously across various functions such as planning, design, tech design, sourcing, etc. It allows better collaboration internally and externally with supply chain partners, he explained. It reduces time in the sampling process by its ability to do virtual sampling by visualising and annotating with online communication tools.

The software eliminates the possibility of errors by ensuring people have the most up-to-date data and everyone is working off the latest design changes, Brewster said. Its workflow and calendar tools manage workflows to allow very high level of visibility of everything in the process by seeing all the steps to identify issues and make corrections or adjustments for better management of the critical path.

"It fosters speed by being a single version of truth, while enabling system users on both the client-end and partner-end to have access to information quickly and easily," he added.

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