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Lectra to demonstrate latest fashion solutions at GTE'10 Show
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Jan '10
Lectra, the world leader in integrated technology solutions dedicated to industries using soft materials—textiles, leather, industrial fabrics and composite materials—, will be participating in the GTE'10 Trade Show from January 8 to 10 in New Delhi, India. During the event, Lectra will be demonstrating the latest versions of Modaris, DiaminoFashion, Optiplan and Kaledo.

In these very challenging times, the company has a vital role to play in supporting the fashion industry. Lectra's presence at GTE'10 demonstrates the company's commitment to maintaining close relationships with its customers in India and to sustaining its efforts to pursue ever more innovative new technologies.

“At Lectra, we believe it is our role to support our customers and take advantage of every opportunity to reinforce our relationships with them,” said Daniel Harari, Lectra CEO “Our presence at GTE'10 the main Garment Technology show in India, is proof of our commitment to Indian industry. The Lectra value-added solutions that will be presented during GTE'10 show that we are continuing to strive to fulfill our customers' requirements and to help them overcome the challenges of their industry, such as the need to increase profitability and make significant savings. Our solutions can create a clear competitive advantage for customers in the fashion industry, as they have the benefit of Lectra's industry knowledge and experience embedded in the technology itself.”

Prashanth L J, Managing Director, Lectra Technologies India Pvt Ltd added “The technology solutions presented bring in immense “value addition” to the processes of our designers, manufactures, retailers and exporters. Lectra solutions help integrate processes, optimize fabric consumption, improve productivity and minimize cost overheads, thereby delivering measurable savings and profitability. These solutions will be a key enabler in making the Indian players competitive and improve their margins, in the global markets."

To provide each customer with the benefits of high value-added, innovative solutions and expert teams, Lectra has enacted its relational value player strategy founded on five core elements: unrivaled knowledge of industrial best practices, a unique offer (software, CAD/CAM hardware, and associated services) to create value and optimize investments, a commitment to ensuring complete customer satisfaction, a passion for innovation and a clear strategy with solid fundamentals. Dedicated to its customers, Lectra maximizes the synergy among its different markets to respond to their specific, individual needs while developing long-term relationships. Lectra serves sectors where innovation is a key differentiating factor. In its 35 years of existence, it has never ceased to innovate, so that its customers may benefit from the most advanced technologies. Lectra's investment in R&D has been extensive. Beyond technological research, Lectra views innovation as a global undertaking and has made its pursuit the driving force of its business model and competitiveness.


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