"Cabbeen needs a strong platform to support business growth and achieve rapid innovation," said Chen Jun, CIO of Cabbeen. "We looked for a solution that would reduce rework for internal departments and external suppliers, eliminate the need to communicate the same information multiple times and also support the structural reform of our organisation."
"We reviewed a number of large PLM solution providers, but eventually chose Centric PLM because the platform is very adaptable and flexible," explained Jun. "This is important in the apparel and fashion industry, which changes at great speed. Centric Software's market leading position gives us confidence in their product and the Centric team is professional and experienced in our industry. Users can fully participate in the implementation process and it truly is a 'what you see is what you get' solution."
"We are delighted to welcome our twenty-second customer in China, Cabbeen," said Chris Groves, president and CEO of Centric Software. "Cabbeen is renowned as a leading Chinese menswear brand and we are proud of the fact that they have chosen Centric as a partner to help them pace with the highly competitive and rapidly changing Chinese fashion market. We look forward to a long period of productive collaboration."
"With Centric PLM, we look forward to a rapid reduction in the amount of time the R&D team spends on data collection," said Jun. "Centric PLM will allow them to quickly accumulate knowledge and improve efficiency. We expect to define and standardise all aspects of the research and development process, improving visualisation and transparency. Its flexible architecture enables a quick response to changes in the business."
"Centric Software is an outstanding PLM vendor, offering rich product features, an excellent Agile Deployment SM implementation concept, high customer satisfaction and seamless delivery to users. We look forward to a long-term partnership with Centric Software, sharing business experience and developing innovative solutions to match the demands of the Chinese fashion industry," added Jun. (RR)
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