Founded more than 20 years ago, MECCA has redefined the Australian and New Zealand beauty landscape, offering from around 200 brands including signature lines MECCA Cosmetica and MECCA MAX. The products on offer include cosmetics, skin care, hair care, fragrance and body care, as well as accessories, both in-store and online in Australia and New Zealand, and via their TMALL store in China.
With rapid growth in the beauty and wellness market, constantly changing consumer trends and the expansion of product portfolios, MECCA saw a need to enhance and improve automation for existing processes involving compliance and traceability. Seeking a solution with an integrated quality management system to streamline processes and centralize ingredient, product claims and certification data in a secure environment, MECCA chose to implement Centric PLM for Cosmetics and Personal Care.
“We’re operating in such a high pace environment that it’s important we can rely on our back-end systems, like Centric PLM, to help set our business up to meet our customers’ needs today and well into the future. Centric PLM will provide us with a comprehensive end-to-end solution to help us handle large volumes of product launches, while making sure we meet strict compliance regulations,” said David Cumberland, Head of Finance at MECCA.
With Centric PLM, the cosmetics retailer aims to streamline regulatory compliance for products and their raw materials, systematize processes around labelling and the verification of product claims, and automate the collation and storage of certifications.
Earlier this month, Centric Software also announced that Israel-based cosmetics brand Ahava has selected their Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solution to help them execute new product introductions, speed time to market and navigate change.