I sounds like your goal is to incorporate PLASMA source code into your (your company's) code.
It is not as easy an exercise as it is with LAPACK.
PLASMA is parallel code that launches and manages its own threads.
You cannot really take a single routine, such as plasma_pzgetrf, and plug it into your code, like you would do with LAPACK
I suggest using PLASMA "out of the box" - building PLASMA on your system, linking your application with PLASMA (and optimized BLAS, e.g. MKL) and calling PLASMA's user-level routine, such as PLASMA_cgesv, to solve a system of linear equations (which is what your code seems to be doing).
You can also first factorize the matrix using PLASMA_cgetrf and then solve the system using PLASMA_cgetrs or a sequence of two calls to PLASMA_ctrsm
Your code operates on complex numbers in single precision (function names starting with "C").
PLASMA, provides such routines, e.g. PLASMA_cgesv, but they are not included in the tarball
Instead, they are created at compile time automatically from "reference" routines in complex double precision (prefix Z).
The single precision, "C" routines, will show up in the source code after installation
I hope it helps.
Please don't hesitate to post more questions.