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Eliminate product development issues with Fashion PLM
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Feb '13
If you are a retailer or brand and deal in the hectic world of Product Development you might be battling overdue shipments, quality issues and rising costs.

If so, its' time to evaluate PLM. If you can relate to any of the 7 signs below, make time to learn and evaluate how Fashion PLM can help your organization reduce lead-times, costs and get "more time in the day"

- Product information sits in different applications on separate systems across different departments making it difficult to get work done and stay "on the same page."

- Time is wasted sending and searching email, which is used as a primary means of documenting directions and actions.

- Multiple spreadsheets are created, maintained, and shared leading to version control problems, duplication and error.

- Critical milestones are passed without notice and tasks are falling through the cracks.

- You are inundated in emails with suppliers (and co-workers and customers) and simply don't have enough time in the day.

- IT infrastructure does not support changing business needs, including access by geographically dispersed staff and trading partners.

- Budget constraints limit investment in enterprise-level systems.

WFX is a next generation cloud-based Product Development Software for apparel and used by over 10,000 fashion users worldwide

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