Infor has announced Infor Fashion Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Cloud. This is a new cloud native multi-tenant solution for fashion companies. Fashion PLM Cloud is provided as a cloud service and offers an improved security infrastructure.

Fashion PLM Cloud forms the basis for being able to use new digital technologies during the development process of fashion products. It also supports the centralisation of product design and development activities through a more streamlined collaboration. Built on Infor OS technology, Fashion PLM provides users with a scalable, flexible solution that can be rolled out quickly as a business grows and evolves.

Because Fashion PLM is available as a cloud service subscription, no future additional hardware, local configuration and support resources are required. All new innovations are also immediately available, without the need for upgrades. This allows companies to respond more quickly to changes in the market, save time and reduce TCO.

Fashion PLM is powered by Infor OS technology, enabling social collaboration between internal users – including designers, technical product specialists, merchandisers, sourcing and external suppliers. This allows the overall productivity to be increased. Furthermore, the solution provides a simple and intuitive user experience, making it easy to learn and use.

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“We are delighted to be among the first to offer this kind of cloud-native, multi-tenant product lifecycle management for large fashion companies,” said Corey Tollefson, senior vice president and general manager of Infor Retail. “We create innovative solutions that enable our customers to do business smarter and easier. By adding PLM to our CloudSuite offering, we can offer our customers a highly efficient, scalable environment that allows them to work anywhere, anytime and on any device, including Apple’s latest macOS.”

Fashion PLM Cloud should become available for stand-alone provisioning from September 2018. The option with CloudSuite Fashion must be made available in November 2018.

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