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Visual 2000 Leverages New Microsoft Technology to Redefine PLM Experience

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Visual 2000 will unveil an important new release of its popular Visual PLM.net® solution at next week’s Apparel Tech Conference in New York. By leveraging new Microsoft web development and browser technologies, the software offers significant speed, navigation, and usability advantages over traditional PLM software.  

(M0NTREAL, QC CANADA, NOVEMBER 1, 2010) Visual 2000 International Inc. announces the release of version 3.11 of its popular Visual PLM.net® product lifecycle management solution for fashion and softgoods retailers, brands, manufacturers, and suppliers. As the first fashion PLM solution developed around the new Microsoft® Windows® Internet Explorer 9 web browser and Silverlight® 4 development platform, the new software edition delivers a more engaging and interactive user experience with up to 50% faster response times, streamlined navigation, and advanced search capabilities. 

“This new release allows Visual PLM.net users to more fully benefit from the many new and enhanced functional capabilities that we added earlier this spring,” stated Charles Benoualid, vice president of research and development. “We are very pleased with the positive response in the market to the advancements we have made with PLM this year. The fast growth that we are experiencing now reinforces our commitment to bring the best and brightest technology to our clients to help them achieve more with PLM than ever before.” 

Highlights of the Visual PLM.net version 3.11 release include:
• Blazing Fast Speed – up to 50% faster than previous versions
• More Intuitive System Navigation
• More Interactive Control
• Improved Usability
• State-of-the-Industry Search Tools

The latest edition of Visual PLM.net also includes built-in integration with the company’s all-new Visual BI.net™ business intelligence (BI) and planning solution. This first of its kind solution will empower fashion companies to benefit from the seamless integration of retail point-of-sale (POS) data into new design, merchandising, and product development decisions.

Judith Jones Judith Jones is the Media Manager of WhichPLM. Google+