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Sable expands with PLM Solution Practice


Sable expands with exclusive world-wide reseller and distribution rights for award winning Product Lifecycle Management and Workflow Solutions of OnePlace

(SYDNEY, 17 JUNE, 2011) Today, Sable Systems Pty Ltd, a specialist in Retail, Consumer Products and PLM solutions focused on delivering Intelligent Quality Solutions, announced that it has secured the exclusive world-wide reseller and distribution rights for the software products and intellectual property assets of OnePlace, formally Just OnePlace Pty Ltd (J1P), previously distributed by Eclipse.

The arrangements cover all of the intellectual property of J1P’s Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and Workflow Solution and Microsoft Dynamics NAV add-on granules, this will expand the existing PLM Solution Practice within Sable, who will now provide support for existing clients and market the solutions to the Australian and global markets.

Winston Teperson, Executive – PLM & Retail said, “ Sable provides OnePlace the expertise and the credibility in the markets that we serve, this is a significant win for our customers as it provides a terrific platform for continued development and growth of our multiple award winning PLM and Workflow Solution. By combining Sable’s ICON Series – PLM solution and OnePlace we are able to provide real choice to companies interested in reducing their costs and improving their speed to market with the use of PLM.”

Sable Director, Martin Wildsmith said, “The OnePlace acquisition allows Sable to extend our expertise and skills within the retail and consumer products industries and to further leverage our existing investment in Microsoft Dynamics.”

“Sable and Microsoft have identified PLM as a key market growth opportunity, where real efficiencies can be achieved utilising Intelligent Quality Solutions to improve collaboration in the supply chain and across business operations,” Mr Wildsmith said.

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