US: Swatfame gains supply chain visibility with PLM
By Leonie Barrie | 1 November 2011
Los Angeles based fashion firm Swatfame has gone live on NGC's Extended PLM software, in a move that is already said to have helped improve communication and collaboration throughout its global supply chain.
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