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Fast Fashion: Get ready, apparel or not, integration is a must
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Feb '08
Dassault Systèmes, a world leader in 3D and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions, and Zymmetry Group, the leading manufacturing and sourcing solutions provider focusing on the apparel industry, announced an agreement which will address the entire scope of the product delivery cycle from initial design through sourcing to retailing for the global footwear and apparel industry.

The partnership gives the two software vendors a lead in providing solutions that will connect the entire apparel supply chain, linking front and back end design and development processes from planning to sourcing, pre-production and production.

Joel Lemke, CEO, ENOVIA, Dassault Systèmes said, “Our agreement with Zymmetry addresses key apparel industry trends and enables business leaders to solve challenges including increased outsourcing, social responsibility, and brand protection. ENOVIA and Zymmetry will deliver innovative solutions and a depth of coverage to our global apparel and footwear customers which will be unique, serving the end-to-end “fast-fashion” supply chain.”

The agreement with Wing-Tai/Zymmetry also demonstrates ENOVIA continued leadership in the PLM market for apparel. This builds on rapid momentum in the apparel industry which has resulted in an extensive client roster that features some of the industry's leading brands such as Guess, Quiksilver, REI and Under Armour.

Steven Walton, Chairman of the Zymmetry Group added, “Our agreement builds upon a 10 year vision to connect the entire apparel and footwear supply chain with more collaborative, transparent and synchronized solutions. Dassault Systèmes and the Zymmetry Group share the same vision and commitment to enabling a comprehensive apparel industry PLM solution.

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