Following months’ worth of meticulous research and analysis, the WhichPLM Annual Review 2013 (our most comprehensive publication to date) is now available in both free Sample and printed Complete Editions.
This brand-new publication collects featured articles, an exclusive partner briefing, end user survey results, supplier profiles, market analysis and more in a beautifully designed and completely indispensable package.
Last summer we released the first WhichPLM Annual Review to a rapturous reception. By the close of the year it had reached thousands of industry figures at every level, leaving us with a firm understanding that when the time for a follow-up came about, we needed to take things even further, and get the information, insight and analysis we know the market needs into the hands of as many people as possible. And how better, we thought, than to make it available in the most convenient, attractive, and portable formats available?
Bigger and better than ever before, the WhichPLM Annual Review 2013 is available to order from today in two distinct forms (with a third to follow before the end of the year): a beautiful print edition, delivered anywhere in the world for just £80; and a free PDF sample, containing highlights from each section. We know from feedback received last year that even those prospective customers who loved the Annual Review 2012 in its digital form often printed off their favourite sections. So this year we placed an emphasis on making a professionally printed and bound edition available at a competitive price, delivering the clear and comprehensive content synonymous with the Annual Review to you in the most convenient format possible. Clocking in at around 30 pages (compared to the complete document’s 117) the downloadable Sample Edition of the Annual Review 2013 is the perfect place to begin your PLM journey, providing tantalising highlights of the wealth of exclusive material contained in the Complete Edition.
Completing the form below will download your taster of the Annual Review 2013, in PDF format. Please feel free to distribute this sample freely amongst your team, but don’t forget that the complete Annual Review 2013 runs to more than 115 pages and contains a multitude of exclusive articles, market analysis, customer insight and hindsight, supplier profiles and more. The complete WhichPLM Annual Review 2013 is indispensable reading for any customer of PLM – prospective or existing – and is sure to become the “PLM bible” for retailers, brands and manufacturers the world over for many months to come.
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Building on the foundations of last year’s Annual Review (still freely available, and referred to by a number of leading brands as their “PLM bible”) the complete Annual Review 2013 is now available to buy in a luxurious print edition, with shipping beginning on 1st October.
Using the highest-quality paper stock and professional printing techniques, a hard copy of the Annual Review 2013 is the only place you’ll find all of our content from the year, the complete results of our exhaustive customer survey, an exclusive partner briefing on mobile applications, profiles of every major PLM supplier, our extensive global market analysis, details about the performance of our market leader and other notable industry players, and insight into the future of PLM. And at 117 pages, this is the most comprehensive and complete publication WhichPLM has ever assembled, with insight into every level of the PLM marketplace for retail, footwear and apparel.
The cost of a Complete Edition includes worldwide postage, ensuring that the Annual Review 2013 will arrive on your desk, beautifully printed and complete with the information you need to make sense of a crowded and confused market, at an extremely competitive price.