Blog: just-style relaunches PLM buyers' guide
Leonie Barrie | 9 February 2011
Two years after the launch of just-style's phenomenally popular PLM Hub, we're today unveiling the latest version of our software buyers' guide for the apparel and textile industry.
An all-new look, improved features and enhanced functionality mean it is now faster and easier to use. And the new addition of the PLM research store provides access to the latest market intelligence, with a monthly newsletter to ensure you up-to-date on developments.
Aimed at executives and decision makers working within apparel, textile and footwear firms, the PLM (product lifecycle management) buyers' guide provides a host of information regarding PLM software and how it is being used within the global fashion industry.
And by tapping into just-style's existing network of journalists, contributors and analysts from around the world, the free-to-view service contains the latest industry news, company announcements and downloadable whitepapers. Another popular feature is the company directory that lists PLM vendors, consultants and events.
By bringing together the latest information on PLM products, developments, applications and roll-outs specifically for clothing and footwear firms, just-style's PLM buyers' guide should be the first destination for companies wanting to see how this technology can give them a boost.
Click here to visit the relaunched PLM software buyers' guide, which is sponsored by two leading PLM vendors - Bluecherry and Lawson.
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