just-style management briefing: PLM growing despite recessionary jitters
By Ivan Castano Freeman | 1 July 2011
Forecasts for the uptake of product life cycle management (PLM) technology in the clothing industry have slowed from the bullish expectations of three years ago. But software suppliers are still confident that investment in the tools will continue to be strong, despite the volatile global economy.
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