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OptiTex software to boost Arab fashion industry
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Feb '09
OptiTex, the leader in CAD/CAM design software for the cut-fabrics industries announces the anticipated release of their leading software in Arabic.

With customers in countries such as Tunisia, Kuwait, Egypt and Saudi Arabia, OptiTex is pleased to reach out to Arabic speakers in the textile industry worldwide by expanding their leading software to the Arab market.

OptiTex is the leader in 3D CAD for fashion and all cut-fabric industries. Its user-friendly features and fully customizable interface make it the software of choice for leading designers such as Tommy Hilfiger, Hugo Boss and Zorana Kozomara.

“The expansion of OptiTex to serve Arabic speaker's world wide provides key opportunities for those in the Arabic textile industry. We are very excited for this opportunity to extend our reach to new distributors and further geographical coverage of the OptiTex software.” states Yoram Burg, OptiTex USA President.

By developing tools and expanding the OptiTex software into more languages, OptiTex succeeds in giving industry customers the opportunity to improve their fashion and textile businesses and increase ROI. In addition to Arabic, OptiTex software functions in more than 20 languages including English, French, Spanish and Chinese.

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