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Adobe® Connect: Bridging Business Goals and Next-Level Design

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Companies have emerged from the pandemic pause, and the pace of design, production and go-to-market is faster than ever. Designers must create innovative products aligned with new consumer expectations and market trends while also meeting an accelerated concept-to-customer process.

While everyone is excited about the potential of 3D (and rightly so!), you need to ask yourself the following questions: is my company fully leveraging our existing 2D design tool used to create new styles and collections? Is Adobe® fully integrated into our product development workflow from end-to-end?

Centric Adobe® Connect makes it simple AND seamless. With this best-in-class integration, designers can generate BOMs, synchronize with merchandising and planning, and access fabric and trim libraries from within Adobe® Illustrator. In other words: Designers spend more time creating the next “It” products AND production stays on track.

Discover the Adobe® Connect: Bridging Business and Next-Level Design webinar replay to discover the power of Adobe® Illustrator within next-gen Product Lifecycle Management (PLM). Designers can:

  • Build your BOM from scratch in Adobe
  • Work in a preferred creative environment
  • Access styles, fabrics and colors that match up with supply chain information
  • Share final sketches, line sheets and other reports directly in Centric PLM for better collaboration with brand managers and merchandisers

Leading the demo was Centric experts James Ronaghan who has a BFA in textile design, worked as a fashion designer for several apparel brands and has deep PLM experience, and Reid Swanson who has 15+ years of PLM experience in the apparel industry. They will share industry insights, walk you through Centric’s super-easy design interface and demonstrate exactly how the integration streamlines end-to-end development without hampering creativity. Seeing is believing.