UK: PTC announces its "Focus on PLM" seminar
4 February 2009 | News | Source: PTC
PTC has announced its "Focus on PLM" half-day seminar, taking place in London, 10th March 2009.
During the seminar, attendees will be able to:
- Learn from PTC how leading retailers and brands have embraced Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) to enhance their bottom line efficiency in a tough economic climate. Tangible results from an investment in technology are more important than ever and leaders in the retail industry have realized "real" value from their investment in PLM.
- Gain an in-depth perspective on how PTC customers are using PLM to achieve operational efficiency by marrying the merchandising/design, product development & sourcing processes.
- Understand how world-class retailers and brands have attained real value from their investment in PLM by increasing operational efficiency, reducing overall cycle time, optimizing brand loyalty and designing quality products.
The seminar promises to highlight not only how retailers and brands survive in a challenging economy, but also how they face ongoing industry challenges.
In this half day session, the experienced team at PTC will show you the critical importance of an effective collaboration between Merchandising, Design, Product Development and Sourcing and how PLM enables this collaboration to deliver trend-right, high quality products to market on time.
With over 80% of customer base live on PLM, PTC is shaping the future of PLM built on established best practices.
What the seminar will address
- Reducing cycle time
- Mitigating the risk of a PLM implementation
- Optimizing resources for global product development
- Driving new sourcing strategies and processes in the early stages of product development;
- Incorporating the "voice of the customer"
- Going Green and CSR Compliance
PTC is the leading provider of enterprise PLM in Retail, Footwear & Apparel, and Consumer Products, serving the needs of customers worldwide in diverse product categories. PTC's diverse customer list includes leading names such as Adidas, Redcats, Decathlon, USG, Karstadt Quelle, Nike, Liz Claiborne, JC Penney, Patagonia, Reebok, Timberland and Limited Brands.
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