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Exenta to display new PLM solutions at PI Apparel LA
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Feb '18
Courtesy: Exenta
Courtesy: Exenta
Exenta, the innovator in next-generation IT solutions for the apparel, fashion, and consumer goods industries, will show its revolutionary Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and other enterprise suites at the PI (Product Innovation) Apparel LA event, to be held on February 12 and 13, 2018, in US. The company has also announced its sponsorship for the event.

The company will also lead a discussion on the use and future of Blockchain technology as part of the Innovation Programme at the event.

The company’s exhibit will highlight the revolutionary new EXENTA PLM REVO solution. Representing the latest thinking in PLM, it offers a cloud/web-based platform that effectively redefines the user experience by enhancing design creativity, automating tasks and processes, and providing analytics that drive more-timely and better-informed decisions across the entire business.

Kicking off day two of the event programme, Exenta chief technology officer, Ken Fearnley, will lead a think tank discussion entitled ‘Blockchain Technology and Fashion’. The session will introduce the technology behind Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies and how it can contribute to security, reliability, and social compliance in the apparel and fashion space. Attendees will learn how this disruptive technology may be leveraged for sample tracking, social compliance, materials traceability, and more.

Exenta president and CEO Roberto Mangual said, “We are pleased to sponsor this first edition of the popular PI Apparel event in Los Angeles. Based on our prior participation in PI New York, we expect to meet with many business leaders and professionals that are working to digitally transform their product design, development, manufacturing, supply chain, and fulfilment processes. We look forward to sharing our expertise and demonstrating why so many companies are choosing

Exenta as their partner in seizing the opportunities of today’s omnichannel marketplace.” (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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