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Zamasport chooses Lectra Fashion PLM
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Apr '16
Courtesy: Lectra
Courtesy: Lectra
Zamasport, an Italian apparel manufacturing company, has chosen Lectra Fashion PLM for better product and collection lifecycle management, according to a company press release.

 

The user-friendly solution will serve as a collaborative platform for all teams involved in the design-to-production process.  Lectra's solutions will help teams communicate better by sharing accurate information in real time, enabling them to hasten their decision-making process. As a result, fabric waste, overlapping tasks and errors will be avoided, dramatically reducing time to market.

 

“We are a very dynamic company and our top priority right now is to gain momentum and flexibility in

order to fulfill our clients' demands. Simulating product development cost estimates in advance will save

us  huge amount of time. To do so, we need a comprehensive system where accurate information from

different divisions can be aggregated and shared. We have been a Lectra customer for over twenty years,so Lectra Fashion PLM came naturally as the first choice to us. We are happy to work with a trustworthy and reliable partner such as Lectra,” said Amedeo Cioffi, general manager, Zamasport.

“Zamasport is a world-class manufacturer catering to leading luxury brands. The professionalism of its

staff is reflected in their desire to keep up with the evolving needs of its clientele. Given our longstanding partnership and level of mutual trust, we are excited to embark on this new chapter with Zamasport,” said Fabio Canali, managing director, Lectra Italy.

Zamasport was founded as a subsidiary of Maglificio Augusto Zanetti, a family-owned company which produced undergarments until 1968. Zamasport is one of the top manufacturers in Italy, highly reputed for producing high quality and on-trend fashion collections for the luxury market. (HO)

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