C&A Mexico has selected NGC's fashion PLM system to help enhance product development, improve speed to market and overall productivity – all of which are key for its fast-fashion retail business.

The company, a division of European fashion retailer C&A, owns and operates stores across Mexico from its base in Guadalajara. 

Key functions of NGC's PLM system include line planning, tech packs, digital asset management, material development, sampling, costing, and testing and compliance. Features such as workflow calendars, global collaboration and exception dashboards further streamline productivity.

"NGC's software will allow C&A Mexico to improve speed to market and overall productivity, enabling C&A to quickly deliver the newest styles to its customers," said Mark Burstein, president of sales, marketing and product development at NGC. 

Last month, C&A revealed it would implement RFID across all of its 164 stores in France, together with full integration at its distribution centre, to streamline processes from point of manufacture through to point of sale. 

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