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Infor unveils new version of PLM Runtime for apparel & footwear sector
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Jun '08
Infor announced the latest version of Infor PLM Runtime, a comprehensive Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solution for the apparel and footwear manufacturing industries.

With nearly 40 new features, the new version includes tools to help manufacturers enhance collaboration with suppliers and improve the efficiency and timeliness of new product development and introduction processes.

Infor PLM Runtime enables apparel and footwear manufacturers around the globe to design, source and deliver innovative products.

In today's fashion industry, rapid style changes dictate that the lifecycle of seasonal product lines may only be a few weeks. This narrow window requires manufacturers to improve supplier collaboration as part of a more efficient supply chain.

When changes occur throughout the supply chain, Infor PLM Runtime enables companies to adjust without disrupting their normal business processes, reducing the risk of not meeting customer requirements. In addition, a new self-service feature enables suppliers to access real-time information, simplifying communication across the entire supply chain and significantly reducing shipping costs and production time.

According to recent Aberdeen Group research, apparel and footwear manufacturers considered to be best-in-class are 50 percent more likely to use PLM software, which helps them to manage aggressive production, cost and revenue goals and improve profitability by ensuring on-time product delivery.


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