Karina Kogan, President of BMS Featured in Textile Quarterly

February 26, 2010 at 7:37 pm Leave a comment

Karina Kogan, President of PLM software provider Business Management Systems (BMS), will be featured as a guest contributor in this month’s issue of the notable international textile and apparel magazine, Textile Quarterly.

“When Textile Quarterly approached me to write an article for their special PLM issue, I was honored,” says Kogan. “The caliber of my fellow contributors for this issue is remarkable, and I am humbled to be counted among them.”

Kogan’s article, “Competitive Advantage through PLM: A Strategic Perspective” discusses the industry-specific benefits of implementing a product lifecycle management system, and how companies can utilize these benefits to gain a competitive edge in the textile and apparel industries today.

You can read Kogan’s article in the February 2010 PLM issue of Textile Quarterly Magazine. You can find Kogan and other contributors for this special issue on TextileQuarterly.com.


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