JAPAN: Baroque streamlines development with Fashion PLM
By Leonie Barrie | 1 October 2012
Japanese fashion retailer Baroque has implemented the Lectra Fashion PLM system to help streamline development and communication for its Moussy brand - and is planning to extend the rollout to its Sly and other brands before the end of the year.
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