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Centric Software establishes new office in Hong Kong


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Centric SoftwareCentric Software, the leading PLM solutions provider for fashion, retail, outdoor, and consumer goods companies, has opened a new office in Hong Kong, China. With the establishment of the new office, the company is bringing its innovative PLM solutions to local retailers, brands and manufacturers and marking its growth in Asia.

The company opened an office in Tokyo, Japan last year and in Shanghai, China in 2014. It also signed its first customer in Australia: Redbubble. Leveraging the success and continued growth with 25 Asian customers, Centric is further planning to develop the market in Hong Kong and surrounding regions.

In the competitive fashion world, companies need to make great products that start with great product development technology. Companies in Hong Kong and throughout South East Asia need modern, mobile-based PLM solutions and by supporting retailers and brands, Centric Software solutions will enable them to speed up time to market, improve team collaboration and cut costs while developing deeper bonds with trading partners.

Also ReadCentric releases 6.0 version of its PLM software

“Fashion companies here are really excited to finally have a modern, mobile PLM solution available to them. They want innovative easy to use, cloud and mobile-based PLM software that provides a ‘single version of the truth’ solution. Centric’s mobile applications, which are the first to be developed in the sector, keep product teams connected at all times to aid product design development and execution,” Nick Wei, Regional Sales Director – Hong Kong, Centric Software, further adding, “In Asia, when a company invests in a technology partner, they want to know you are present and a have strong local team to service them. This new office will allow us to work in close proximity with our customers and provide them with the industry best practices.”


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