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Centric's Paris office to lead the PLM market for apparel industry
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Jun '08
Centric Software, a leading provider of product lifecycle management (PLM) for fast moving consumer goods industries, announced that it is relocating its offices in Campbell, California and has taken new office space in New York, New York. The relocation of the Campbell, California headquarters will allow for expansion as the company continues to execute on its aggressive growth plans.

The addition of the New York office, combined with the company's prime location in Paris, reinforces the company's commitment to dominate the market for PLM solutions in the apparel and other fast moving consumer goods industries.

Effective on July 1, 2008 Centric's new headquarters offices will provide more than double the company's current usable business space.

Additionally, Centric has leased space in central New York to expand its presence in the U.S. fashion industry. When combined with the company's central location in Paris, the move places Centric near customers in the heart of two of the world's preeminent fashion centers.

Our single-minded focus is to execute on our plan to lead the PLM market for fast moving consumer goods industries,” said Chris Groves, president and CEO of Centric Software. “We continue to move forward with that plan, by securing new funding to fuel our growth, hiring critical staff at every level throughout the organization, and forming significant partnerships to help us scale our business and meet our growth objectives.

With all of this activity comes the need to assure that we have the physical presence to be near our customers, and to assure that our people have the resources they need to perform. This is an exciting and rewarding time to lead Centric as we continue forward to accomplish our objectives.”

Centric Software Inc

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