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UK fashion firm to implement Centric PLM software
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Feb '15
Ted Baker, UK’s leading fashion company, has selected Centric 8 Product Management Lifecycle (PLM) software by Centric Software Inc.

The fast-growing company will use the Centric 8 PLM software for retail, apparel, footwear, luxury, and consumer goods companies to link together all product development information for both internal users and suppliers, according to Donald Browne, production director at Ted Baker.

Browne said, “Centric’s PLM software will provide our design and technical design teams with accurate, timely and comprehensive information, ensuring that Ted’s inimitable eye for detail is showcased to the fullest across women’s wear, men’s wear, and accessories.

“The Agile Deployment branded implementation methodology employs an iterative, vs. serial, process. The ability to make changes almost instantaneously, thanks to the system’s configurability rather than custom code or reprogramming, means that Centric 8 will maximize derived value, minimize risk, and speed benefit delivery for Ted,” he added.

Chris Groves, president and CEO of Centric said, “This is an excellent partnership, and one in which we know that Centric’s innovative culture will mesh well with the Ted Baker personality to produce real results quickly.”

Ted Baker is a fashion firm focusing on men’s wear, ladies’ wear, children’s wear and accessories.

Centric Software Inc is a leading provider of PLM software for retail, apparel, footwear, luxury, and consumer goods companies. (GK)

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