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Centric Software to organise PLM Masterclass in Jakarta

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Aug '18
Courtesy: Centric Software
Courtesy: Centric Software
Centric Software, provider of digital transformation platform for fashion, retail, footwear and luxury goods, will be organising a PLM masterclass for manufacturers and retailers on August 29 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Participants can learn how Centric Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions can digitally transform the way they work at this conference.

PLM improves communications, providing a more efficient way of sharing product information between internal teams, customers and suppliers. It helps manage more products without hiring more staff and makes sure that manufacturers and retailers meet customer deadlines consistently, said the company on its website.

The masterclass will give attendees a chance to hear from Centric’s Nick Wei, who has helped global manufacturers and retailers implement Centric PLM enabling them to move quicker in the industry.

Technology experts Optitex/Pukka will also be present at the conference to share their top tips for digitally transforming businesses in order to free up time for valuable tasks like product innovation and keeping track of changes to the BOM during busy sampling season. (KD)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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