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Norway fashion firm deploys Gerber's YuniquePLM
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Mar '16
Moods of Norway, a fashion lifestyle brand located in Stryn, Norway, has implemented Gerber Technology's YuniquePLM V6 web-based product lifecycle management software to manage its design and development process, according to a press release.

Moods of Norway head of product Thomas Frodal said, “With YuniquePLM V6, we are able to have an individual perspective on products from the 'get go,' allowing designers and buyers to monitor and focus on the progress of various products without the use of multiple systems, data files, and complexity.”

Kristin Karlsen, head product developer at Moods of Norway said, “As first time PLM users we have been supported by a team of dedicated industry experts from Gerber and Amatec, Gerber's distributor in Norway, during the implementation. We look forward to increased efficiency and productivity from the improved collaboration and greater access to data in a single location.”

Bill Brewster, vice president and general manager, Enterprise SW Solutions said, “We are very pleased to have Moods of Norway, an iconic Scandinavian brand, as one of our customers. We are certain that the company will increase their speed to market and, ultimately, their profitability with YuniquePLM. In addition, we are excited to collaborate with Amatec, a long-time distributor of Gerber Technology's YuniquePLM, CAD, plotting, spreading and cutting solutions. The implementation of YuniquePLM has been a tremendous collaborative effort.” (GK)

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