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15th May 2018, Paris

Keeping up with the pace of fashion

Lectra, having more than 40 years of experience in apparel and fashion, shared the knowledge of keeping up with the pace of fashion at an event, organised by its stakeholders in Istanbul, Turkey, last week. At the event, the pioneer of fast fashion, Edouard Macquin, H&M’s European Purchasing Manager, Sükran Alot and Lectra Global Sales Executive Board Chairman, talked about the difficulties in the garment sector and what they could do to overcome these difficulties.

“We are a company that put our customers in every step of the way from design process to shopping experience with the concept of offering fashion and quality at the best price. At the core of our business is to understand the needs of our customers and meet these needs,” commented Sükran Alot.

Lectra shared its knowledge at an event, organised by its stakeholders in Istanbul, Turkey, last week. © Lectra

Lectra Global Board Member for Sales Edouard Macquin talked about innovative approaches to trends and how Lectra followed the road map in that direction. “Customer satisfaction, especially since the millennium, is at the heart of the challenges faced by players in the fashion industry,” he noted.

“The brands that face high expectations for personalisation, quality and respect for the environment shape their processes through technology and data analysis. Since 2007, Lectra has been doing real-time monitoring with hundreds of sensors designed and integrated into cutting solutions. Devoted to designing and developing itself, Lectra aims to raise the proportion of income for R&D to 10% by 2017-2019.”

At the event, Edouard Macquin, H&M’s European Purchasing Manager, Sükran Alot and Lectra Global Sales Executive Board Chairman, talked about the difficulties in the garment sector. © Lectra

“Today, with more than 3,400 Lectra machines, which comply with Industry 4.0, are being used on 2,100 production field around the world. As a company that can offer the full range of products that bring together the machines, software, services and data required to implement Industry 4.0 on the market, Lectra supports 500 Lectra consultants with this deep knowledge and clients with solution experts working across the value chain of the company.”

Today, with more than 3,400 Lectra machines, which comply with Industry 4.0, are being used on 2,100 production field around the world. © Lectra

Lectra produces technologies that facilitate digital industrial transformation for companies. Founded in 1973, Lectra serves customers in more than 100 countries, with 32 affiliates around the world. With over 1,700 employees, Lectra declared an income of US$ 313 million in 2017.

www.lectra.com

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