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Centric Software releases Centric 8 PLM version 6.3
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Apr '18
Courtesy: Centric Software
Courtesy: Centric Software
Centric Software has released its latest flagship solution, Centric 8 Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) version 6.3. Centric Software, headquartered in the US, 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’s latest PLM release is driven by feedback from Centric’s Customer Advisory Board and customer innovation partners. At their request, Centric 8 v6.3 focuses heavily on streamlining the go-to-market of products destined for multiple markets and/or channels; new Product Information Management (PIM)-like features improve the accuracy of global product information while new PLM features improve global orchestration of the supply chain.

Users can now develop their product once and sell globally in local currencies, languages, and in compliance with local labelling requirements. They can create price lists by region, channel, or country, and they can also automate information for local product content/composition, care labels, and other regulatory requirements. Time to market is greatly streamlined, work is eliminated, and the risk of error significantly reduced as the tedium of thousands of clicks and tracking via spreadsheets, or even paper, has been eliminated.

Global supply chain orchestration is also a key point in this release with new BOM Extension capabilities. As suppliers sometimes sub-contract all or part of the production of an order, it is extremely difficult for brands and retailers to have complete visibility into exactly how and who are involved in the production of goods. Centric’s BOM Extension links the Design BOM to the Manufacturing BOM to a new Factory BOM, which includes details about sub-contractors and local suppliers. Brands and retailers, thus, gain full visibility and transparency into the exact sources that are being used to produce goods which are necessary to ensure compliance with local regulations and labelling requirements, and also with company-specific business and ethical guidelines. (GK)

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