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Imperial Leverages Lectra Fashion PLM
Imperial, a global provider of menswear and womenswear, leverages Lectra Fashion PLM to streamline its product development process and support its worldwide

cad trainers  feature level integration with CAD systems, such as offering color libraries, testing templates, care labels, etc. Working collaboratively in a common 3D workspace to review design options, check fit, live messaging, etc. is another major differentiator for Lectra, given that Lectra’s competitors currently can do it only in a 2D capacity at best.   Lectra is a well-known global provider of integrated technology solutions that automate, streamline, and accelerate initial product design, development,

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