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Lululemon upgrades to latest version of PTC FlexPLM suite
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Mar '18
Courtesy: Lululemon
Courtesy: Lululemon
PTC, a global software company that delivers a technology platform and solutions to help companies design, manufacture, operate, and service things for a smart and connected world, based in the US, has announced that technical athletic apparel company, Lululemon, headquartered in Canada, has upgraded to the latest version of PTC FlexPLM retail software.

The upgrade delivers greater functionality and an improved user experience and enables further process efficiencies.

PTC FlexPLM offers comprehensive retail PLM capabilities, including line planning, specification management, merchandising, and other essential PLM capabilities for managing a retailer’s complete assortment of products. Designed for retail’s precise needs, PTC FlexPLM enables companies to achieve faster time-to-value and to develop more innovative products more quickly.

Eric Symon, general manager, retail, PTC said, “We are thrilled to continue our long-standing collaboration with Lululemon. At PTC, we understand that retail has become increasingly digital. To compete, retailers and brand owners need to transform their traditional processes in order to capitalise on new opportunities.” (GK)

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