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Apparel brand OVS adopts Lectra Fashion PLM

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OVSOVS, Italy’s leading brand in women’s, men’s and kids’ clothing, has chosen Lectra Fashion PLM to restructure their entire product development process and will implement the PLM in their entire design-to-sourcing process.

Lectra’s PLM solution has a user-friendly interface and will integrate all data and processes that the entire product and collection lifecycle entails into one streamlined and cohesive data management system. This collaborative platform will simultaneously connect all teams together from different geographic locations enabling them to share, work and communicate in real time. As a resultant, vastly improved teamwork, errors and overlapping tasks will be avoided, improving speed to market.

“OVS’ history and climb to success show that it is an ambitious and forward-looking company. Given OVS’ sense of direction for the future and its worldwide success, we are excited to embark on this PLM journey with them,” concludes Céline Choussy Bedouet, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, Lectra.

Also Read Lectra gears up for ‘Industry 4.0’ era

Founded in 1972, OVS has a proven track record of success with more than 900 stores in Italy and around the world.

 

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