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Lectra Fashion PLM 4.0 gets top rank by WhichPLM
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Jul '18
Courtesy: Lectra
Courtesy: Lectra
Lectra has got the top score in WhichPLM’s recent benchmark study of the latest Lectra Fashion PLM 4.0 solution. WhichPLM is an independent digital magazine dedicated to design and product development for the fashion industry. Lectra is a provider of integrated technology solutions for fabrics, leather, technical textiles, and composite materials.

The industry 4.0-friendly solution was praised by WhichPLM for providing an outstanding user experience delivered in a full-feature, modular structure adaptable to businesses large and small, and available at an attractive price point.

Available in three starter configurations developed to target specific fashion industry processes—design to source, develop to source, and develop to manufacture—Lectra Fashion PLM 4.0 embodies Lectra’s mission to empower fashion companies navigate the challenges and opportunities of Industry 4.0. Lectra Fashion PLM 4.0 scored above the industry average in 32 of the 44 functional areas that WhichPLM outlined and assessed. The platform has been judged as a cornerstone solution that connects processes, systems, and supply chains. Drawing on lessons from machine learning, the solution equips users with tools enabling them to work more efficiently and accelerate the product development process.

The WhichPLM supplier evaluation is an annual across-the-board assessment of PLM solutions currently on the market. Experts review the solutions based on criteria such as supplier competencies and industry knowledge, roadmap and development, executive vision and customer feedback.

Lectra was highly applauded for its ongoing research and development to improve the user experience year in and year out. Lectra Fashion PLM 4.0 was awarded higher scores than competitors in ten other areas including Adobe Illustrator integration, 3D-design tools, BOM management, libraries, costing with advanced material yields, and graphical user interface. In terms of configurability, credit was given to Lectra for developing Lectra Easy Tools, which allow both implementers and end users to manage standard data blocks, add new ones, export configurations and more, making the on-boarding process much faster and easier.

Thanks to an active customer feedback loop, Lectra has also made the solution’s user interface more accessible and intuitive. These changes include a homepage that automatically adjusts to user behaviour, consistent search functionality, clear integrations between modules and solutions, new style overview and product detail pages, and a new “add to cart” function that allows users to organise their workloads. (GK)

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