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Gerber to unveil YuniquePLM 3.0 at SPESA EXPO

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May '10
Gerber Technology, a business unit of Gerber Scientific, Inc. and a world leader in automated CAD/CAM and PLM solutions for the apparel and flexible materials industry, is today unveiling Version 3.0 of its industry-leading YuniquePLM software at the SPESA EXPO 2010 trade show in Atlanta. The new release features extended line and merchandise planning tools, at-a-glance management visibility dashboards, enhanced user and supplier home pages, and numerous other productivity tools that enhance the user experience.

According to Bill Brewster, President, Gerber Software Solutions, Gerber Technology, “Version 3.0 represents a major advancement for PLM in our industry with the addition of new, first of their kind capabilities and numerous improvements on our already best-in-class user experience and productivity. This new release confirms our accelerated commitment to industry-focused PLM solutions and significantly extends our functional lead in this important software category.

YuniquePLM 3.0 includes significant new and improved functionality, including:

• Merchandise and Line Planning: Extended and more flexible line planning options accommodate a variety of planning methods. Merchandise setup at the product group level is automatically rolled-up to division and collection levels. New plans show side-by-side comparisons of the number of styles, fabrics, colorways, and silhouettes with the previous season. A grid view displays all planned items as well as placeholders for new products.
• Financial planning includes provisions for the number of units, markup factor, target retail, wholesale, FOB, gross margin calculations, and more. Range planning enables planners to break down the plan into individual deliveries, while color, material, and silhouette tabs are used to further identify specific components of planned products.
• Management Dashboards: Managers and executives gain visibility through these easy-to-use and highly visual dashboards. Chart and graph views of the most popular business metrics come pre-configured in the system. Examples include seasonal style summary by type, vendor sample submit scorecard, color approval status, and material testing status. Users can drill-down on specific information to analyze in greater detail. Dashboards can also be viewed on mobile internet devices such as the iPhone or iPad.
• User Dashboard: The user home page has been redesigned to provide an immediate view of key to-do, late tasks, and newly added items of specific importance to individual users. This display helps users stay focused on the highest priority tasks throughout their work day.
• Local Language Support: System headers and labels can now be dynamically displayed in the user's local language based on individual login.
• Supplier Report Access: Online vendors and agents now have access to the reports folder that enables them to self-generate relevant reports in real-time directly from the system.


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