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German apparel firm More & More selects Centric PLM

German apparel firm More & More selects Centric PLM

German apparel :: More & More, the internationally-acclaimed German womenswear fashion brand, has selected Centric Software to provide its Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solution. Centric Software provides enterprise solutions for fashion, retail, footwear, outdoor, luxury, and consumer goods companies to achieve strategic and operational digital transformation goals.

The company wanted a technology partner to provide innovative enterprise solutions to restructure their supply chain process with the goal of improving competitiveness and efficiency. They chose Centric PLM for its reliability, ease of use, and deep knowledge in the fashion industry.

Franziska von Becker, global brand director of More & More said, “We selected Centric because we were impressed by their adaptable and flexible Product Lifecycle Management platform. Centric is a customer oriented company with great experience in helping apparel companies improve their product development process to deliver new products in a shorter time period with reliable quality. Centric PLM will help us harmonise our process between our product development teams at More & More in Germany and our sourcing and manufacturing teams at Cemsel in Turkey. Our goal is to enhance visibility into product status and transparency with a unique information sharing platform. With Centric PLM, we will be able to improve our product development and costing processes, better define product volumes and communicate accurate tech packs.”

Centric Software PLM will help More & More leverage best practices, streamline, and align processes between internal teams and unlock greater external collaboration.

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