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Stibo Systems Releases New Version of SpirePLM

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by Angela Guess

A new press release states, “Stibo Systems, the global leader in Business-first Master Data Management (MDM)™ solutions, today announced the availability of SpirePLM™ 8.2, the latest release of its comprehensive Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solution enabling organizations to reduce the time required to introduce new products to market, compete efficiently and meet market and consumer expectations. New product introduction and product updates must be managed effectively in today’s digital world to achieve success. In many companies, product information is stored on multiple systems, including spreadsheets, resulting in poor data quality, visibility and standards, directly affecting how quickly new products can launch. SpirePLM helps address these challenges, in which businesses increasingly require a Digital Business Core™ of operational data that is continuously shaped and delivered within the enterprise to drive superior business outcomes.”

The release goes on, “This release includes focused capabilities for the retail, footwear and apparel (RFA) industries, as well as significant improvements to the core PLM solution: (1) Purpose-built RFA solution for the apparel design process. SpirePLM provides a standard methodology streamlining the ideation, artwork, colors, materials, trims, bill of materials, supplier samples and tech pack generation associated with apparel design and sourcing. (2) Collaborative Digital Boards for sharing moods, trends and inspiration seamlessly across the enterprise. SpirePLM transforms the traditional storyboarding process by digitizing the experience so designers can collaborate, share and tag images from anywhere using any device. (3) Streamlined user experience via new integration with Adobe Illustrator. Customers can open their computer-aided design (CAD) files in Adobe Illustrator from SpirePLM 8.2, as well as save files from Illustrator directly into the PLM solution.”

Read more at Business Wire.

Photo credit: Stibo

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