Today marks the first instalment of StyleSage’s series on how you can use data to inform your trend decision-making.
Jade Huang, Co-founder & CEO of analytical ‘virtual assistant’ platform, StyleSage, took some time out in early August to chat to us and share her story thus far, and her views for the future. Jade’s experience in design, technology, and business shines through in this exclusive piece – as does the depth and rapid development […]
Expert in digital photography and digital asset workflow, Eric Fulmer (VP Operations & Strategic Growth at Capture Integration) builds on his earlier work with WhichPLM (The Zara Effect) – a very popular piece with our readers – to explore how this trend is revolutionising our industry.
In his latest piece for WhichPLM, Yotam Solomon (resident Expert here at WhichPLM) discusses a new age of sourcing – an age in which materials could become fully reusable (if we work collectively as an industry to achieve new C2C standards), sourcing can be done through imagery software, and AI can combine with social media […]
In their second guest piece for WhichPLM this year, Dassault Systèmes explores the Internet of Things in our industry, discussing RFID, smart technology, and PLM. Dassault Systèmes – or, the 3DEXPERIENCE company – is a French multinational business that specializes in 3D design, 3D digital mock-up, and PLM software.
In their latest exclusive for WhichPLM, Visual Next discusses the changing face of fashion, and how PLM mobility is becoming a must for entire supply chains. This piece addresses common concerns around mobile PLM, and integrated future of PLM and other systems. Visual Next is a Montreal-based software development company specializing in Apparel specific Enterprise […]
In his first exclusive piece for WhichPLM, Chris Hillyer, advocates for the adoption of 3D in fashion. Director of Innovation at DECKERS Brands, Chris contributes to the evolution of product development processes as well as leading other innovation projects; Chris sits on WhichPLM’s Expert panel.
In the second instalment of a two-part exclusive, our CEO builds on his exploration of blockchain for the RFA industry. Mark Harrop continues here by exploring some potential advantages of using blockchain in the fashion supply chain.
In her latest piece for WhichPLM, resident digital printing expert, Debbie McKeegan, explores how creative are redefining fabrics. “The digital market is expanding at a rapid pace and it’s a tribute to the creativity of both the print and design industry working together that we are witnessing the removal of boundaries for designers.”
In the first instalment of a two-part exclusive, our CEO delves into the world of bitcoin and blockchain. Mark Harrop gives a brief history of the ‘global phenomenon’ here, and in part two will look at what this could mean for the RFA sector.