Mark Harrop, WhichPLM’s Founder & CEO, has recently returned from Paris after attending Strategies’ Innovation Summit 2016. Stratégies is a global leader in the development of 2D and 3D CAD/PDM/PLM and Virtual Reality software solutions for the footwear, leather goods, furniture manufacturing and accessories industries.
Achieve faster return on investment with YuniquePLM V7’s easy configuration and rapid deployment NEW YORK, MAY 3, 2016 – Gerber Technology, the world leader in integrated software and automated solutions for the apparel and industrial markets, announces the release of YuniquePLM as a software subscription in the cloud with its new version 7 release […]
Montreal, Canada – May 17, 2016 – Leading End2End fashion software provider, Visual 2000 International, announced the availability of a host of new shipping carrier integrations to their suite of omni-channel software. The new carrier integrations are aimed at providing seamless user experiences for their apparel, footwear and accessory customers in Europe, North America […]
Leeds, UK – 11 May, 2016 – World Textile Information Network (WTiN) and IMI Europe have signed a strategic partnership for co-operation in the delivery of events and intelligence for the inkjet technology and textile user community. Under the deal, WTiN will offer its unrivalled knowledge of the digital textile printing market to further strengthen the […]
Sports brand 361° chooses Centric 8 PLM solution for flexibility and apparel expertise LOS GATOS, Calif., May 3, 2016 – 361° (the 361 Degrees Group), a leading sports brand in China, has selected Centric Software to provide its product lifecycle management (PLM) solution. 361°, founded in 2003, is a comprehensive sporting goods company which integrates […]
Mark Harrop gives WhichPLM another exclusive blog, here. Our CEO explores the hot topic, the ‘Internet of Things’ in this piece, and in particular how it relates to the fashion industry. He explores what this inter-connectivity can mean for consumers, and how vendors can help.
In a one-off, topical blog that could only be posted on this very date, WhichPLM’s Mark Harrop discusses the cult classic: Back to the Future II and how accurate the movie’s technological predictions actually were.