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Centric Software expands to fashion retailers in India

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Oct '18
Courtesy: Centric Software
Courtesy: Centric Software
Centric Software is bringing the market-leading Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions to the fashion, retail and consumer goods firms in India. Centric Software provides the most innovative enterprise solutions to fashion, retail, footwear, outdoor, luxury and consumer goods companies to achieve strategic and operational digital transformation goals.

Centric Software will be joined by Simbus Technologies to celebrate the launch of Centric PLM in India with the PLM revolution road show roundtable series in Delhi on November 28, November 30 in Mumbai and in Bangalore on December 4. Simbus is a global retail and fashion technology consulting and solutions company that enables digital transformation for fashion brands and retailers by leveraging innovative technologies to modernise and transform the way products are designed, produced, and supported.

"Across the world, buying behavior has changed and consumers expect more seasons per year and more new products per season. At the same time, competition has also intensified with the addition of many new brands and retailers, giving consumers greater choice than ever before," says Fabrice Canonge, VP of global sales at Centric Software. "With thousands of local and international brands and retailers active in India, companies increasingly need to offer more innovative products, quickly. Speed to market, market responsiveness and true collaborative sourcing are keys to remaining competitive."

Centric PLM will address all challenges and more with intuitive, configurable, easy to use, mobile and cloud-based PLM software for businesses of all sizes. Combining the best of Silicon Valley innovations and industry best practices, Centric PLM is fast to deploy and provides a single actionable version.

"Simbus is delighted to join Centric for their launch events in India. The three-city tour will showcase Centric Software’s world-leading Centric PLM to the fast-growing Indian consumer goods and retail market to enable Indian companies to achieve digital transformation of their product innovation processes. Attendees at the events will learn how over 675 iconic fashion and retail brands harness the power of Centric PLM to become more agile and bring more innovative products to market faster to drive global business growth," said Krishna Kumar, managing director of Simbus Technologies.

Live demos will show how Centric’s cloud-based PLM platform, over 15 mobile apps for PLM and Centric Visual Innovation Platform (CVIP) for touchscreen devices drive innovation at approximately 700 brands across the world.

"We are delighted to launch in India," said Chris Groves, president and CEO of Centric Software. "Apparel and retail businesses face complex challenges that can be readily addressed with the right PLM innovations and partner. A modern, agile PLM solution is key for driving the digital transformation strategies that are needed in today’s challenging and competitive retail market." (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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