WhichPLM is delighted to publish our first 3D Supplier Evaluation! After deciding to embark on evaluating the 3D market in 2017, we evaluated Browzwear at the beginning of the year.
Browzwear is one of a select few names that have become synonymous with three-dimensional working in the apparel sector. Incorporated shortly after the turn of the millennium, the Singapore-headquartered software vendor has evolved its portfolio over the course of seventeen years in business – pushing forward with pioneering products that have, to some degree, influenced the way the industry as a whole has responded to 3D.
Today, Browzwear’s design tool (Lotta) and its tightly-coupled patternmaking and simulation solution (vStitcher) are joined by Stylezone – a SaaS sharing platform intended to improve communication and collaboration – and a solution for outputting a limited set of manufacturing instructions intended for factories. These solutions are packaged and sold as an annual subscription, advertised as providing a “holistic digital workflow” centred around the use of true-to-life 3D equivalents in place of physical garments across a variety of different processes.
Broadly speaking, Browzwear’s pure 3D solutions are at the forefront of the market. Functionally broad and capable, and supported by a growing partner ecosystem, Lotta and vStitcher have seen adoption by some of the apparel and footwear industry’s biggest names. And Browzwear itself is actively participating in pilot projects that promise an intoxicating vision for the future.
Download your copy of Browzwear’s Evaluation here.
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