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Visual 2000 to be featured in special UK PLM report
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Jun '11
Visual 2000 International Inc. will participate in a special business report produced by Lyonsdown Media Group entitled, “Product Lifecycle Management: Creating Opportunities for Innovation and Staying Ahead of the Game”. To be distributed by UK's leading newspaper The Daily Telegraph on June 16, the supplement promises to help executives understand how well designed and implemented PLM practices, processes, and technologies can afford companies a real competitive advantage.

“We are pleased to be invited to participate in this important business report”, stated Tony Walker, Visual 2000 European Sales Director. “With distribution to over 500,000 people, we see this as a terrific opportunity to share our thoughts and experiences on how PLM can increase productivity and improve the bottom line for apparel and other fashion-related companies.”

Targeted to C-suite executives, senior managers, and IT professionals, the PLM report will examine in-depth the challenges facing manufacturers around innovation, collaboration, and global product development and how best-in-class product companies use PLM tools to address them.

Ultimately, the report will show how innovative PLM strategies speed up new product development initiatives by making them less resource intensive, less costly, less inflexible, but also by providing greater visibility across the whole process, and improving management and control.

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