Centric Software, a project lifecycle management solutions company, known as PLM, celebrated a new milestone.
The company based in Silicon Valley, is a pioneer of PLM solutions for planning, designing, developing, sourcing and selling consumer products such as private label, apparel, footwear, sporting goods, furniture, cosmetics and personal care, food and beverage, and more.
The PLM system can help private label products get to market faster and improve the supply chain efficiency. The company said its retailers, brands and manufacturers using its PLM system bring approximately $1.3 trillion worth of goods to mer per year through more than one million points of sale. Efficiency can be improved by 50%, the company said.
It also announced it hit a new mark internally, partnering with its 500th customer, adding that 150 signed on to the Centric PLM platform since the pandemic began.
That 500th customer is Callaway Golf. Centric is redefining the concept of PLM with many industry firsts such as mobile apps, interactive digital boards, Social PLM integrating team communication tools like Slack, Quick Start and fully remote deployment, integrations with dozens of ERP and e-com solutions and a groundbreaking CAD agnostic approach with fluid workflows connecting to dozens of 3D CAD systems, according to the company. The net effect is end-to-end internal and extended team collaboration using one actionable source of truth for all.
"We are very proud to celebrate 500 PLM projects and growing," says Chris Groves, President and CEO of Centric Software. "We sincerely thank each and every customer, from those who chose to work with and inspire us over a decade ago to our more recent partners like Callaway. The trust that our customers place in us drives us to continue to push the boundaries of innovation, industry expertise and best practices."
Centric SMB's Centric Visual Innovation Platform offers highly visual digital board experiences for collaboration and decision-making, and its introduced one of the first mobile apps for PLM, and is widely known for connectivity to dozens of other enterprise systems including ERP, DAM, PIM, e-commerce, planning and more as well as creative tools such as Adobe Illustrator and a host of 3D CAD connectors.