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Lectra to unveil latest fashion dedicated solutions at SPESA

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May '10
Lectra, the world leader in integrated technology solutions dedicated to industries using soft materials -- textiles, leather, industrial fabrics and composite materials, announced its participation in SPESA Expo 2010 held May 18-20, 2010 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. During the exhibition, Lectra will unveil its latest fashion dedicated solutions and present attendees with the benefits of an integrated and seamless fashion platform for the creation, development, production and management of apparel collections.

"In an ever-evolving global economy, Lectra's presence at SPESA Expo 2010 demonstrates the company's commitment to maintaining close relationships with its customers, sustaining its support of the soft goods industries and its efforts to pursue new and innovative technologies," said Roy Shurling, President, Lectra North America.

Attendees who visit Lectra at Booth 5339 at SPESA Expo 2010 will have the chance to experience the comprehensive scope of Lectra's offering from Lectra Fashion PLM -- the only apparel dedicated PLM platform encompassing the entire design and development process -- all the way through to production with the Vector FX and MX cutting series, the company's range of cutting solutions from single-ply and matched fabric cutting to high-ply cutting of denim and automotive materials. In addition, Lectra will present software solutions for other soft goods markets like DesignConcept for automotive, furniture and composites, as well as Romans Cad for footwear and accessories.

Creativity without Limits, Collaboration without compromise
During the three day event, Lectra will present its latest version of Lectra Fashion PLM, the only extended enterprise solution designed for the fashion industry incorporating all steps in the product design and development process, including color specification, textile design, style design, merchandising and pattern engineering.

Lectra will showcase its leading professional textile and fashion design platform, Kaledo, which helps creative teams accelerate the design process while improving communication and collaboration across the supply chain. Sharing a common platform with Lectra Fashion PLM, Kaledo encourages artistic creativity, allowing for the design of unique prints, knits and weaves, while structuring the collection creation process and facilitating the exchange of information internal and external to the design environment.

Featuring Kaledo V2R2, Lectra will demonstrate how design and development teams can benefit from Lectra's partnership with X-Rite/Pantone via a direct connection with X-Rite's ColorMunki™, which reads colors from physical samples directly into all Kaledo modules and allows access to the full range of Pantone color references.

Lectra will also present its industry-standard and leading-edge pattern design and nesting solutions, Modaris and Diamino, which allow for the creation, development, verification, industrialization and grading of patterns faster, at lower costs and with flawless quality, while letting you automatically generate markers that respect all fabric and garment constraints from the simplest to the most complex shapes.


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