Download your copy of PTC’s Connected PLM Series, part 2: “Utilising PLM to Unlock Supply Chain Visibility & Responsiveness”.
In this guest piece, PTC offers their guidance for retail transformation, using research from a number of industry analysts. This piece delves into a number of areas, including digitization, 3D, PLM, VR, AR and AI. PTC provides technology solutions that transform how products are created and serviced.
Our Editor, Lydia Hanson, reports on this year’s Texprocess and Techtextil conference, taking place in Frankfurt between 9th and 12th May. Every two years, these concurrent trade shows come together as the centre of innovation in the field of processing technologies and technical textiles.
Continuing our collection of interviews with innovative entrepreneurs and thought leaders for 2017, we recently talked with Janice Wang, CEO of Alvanon, and Tuoc Luong, CEO of BodiData. Janice and Tuoc took some time out to talk openly about their recent partnership and what this means for the industry, about working in 3D, and their […]
Learning from a Fast Fashion Business Model; How Technology & Agility Can Help Companies Get Ahead of the Game
In their latest guest blog with us, Centric Software explores the technology helping fast fashion businesses to stay ahead of the curve; fast fashion, Centric argues, comes the closest to delivering against customer expectations whilst remaining reactive.
Lucy Royle shares her fifth exclusive article with WhichPLM here, exploring the moodboard; as a self-confessed lover of the physical moodboard, Lucy shares the benefits of a digital one. In her first instalment in this series she explored ‘The Pencil Revolution’ and the transformative ways of working for designers in our industry; in the second […]
In today’s guest post, Niki Tait and Michael Jänecke of Messe Frankfurt – the organisers behind the renowned Texprocess event – share their thoughts on Industry 4.0 and what visitors can expect at the upcoming industry conference.
Mark Harrop has recently returned from presenting at, and covering, IT4Fashion in Florence. Now in it seventh year, the conference and exhibition is designed to let fashion businesses, researchers, educationalists and software houses come together to discuss digital technology in our industry.