Following on from her previous article with us (in a similarly fantastical theme), Kilara Le continues to explore hot topic, the Internet of Things, here. In another look into a possible future, Kilara shows us how factory life could change through the IoT – with a robot for everything!
Lucy Royle shares her first exclusive article with WhichPLM, in which she discusses the transformative ways of working for designers in our industry – from paper and pencil to CAD and beyond. Lucy is a fashion designer with extensive experience working for global brands.
Peter Needle shares his thoughts with us In a WhichPLM exclusive article, originally running in our Annual Review 2014. Needle serves as Managing Director for Segura Systems, where he leverages his experience of helping retailers and brands achieve true supply chain transparency.
In a WhichPLM exclusive article, originally running in our Annual Review 2014, Ben Hanson continues the publications’s insight into global supply chain and sourcing practices (and the regulations and brand management factors that affect them) by highlighting the possibility that current ethical and environmental standards may be far from the last word in compliance.
In a WhichPLM exclusive interview, originally running in our Annual Review 2014, Ben Hanson speaks to Yussef Bictash, Operations Manager for UK high street brand, REISS. Yussef is a vocal proponent of ethically and environmentally sound sourcing and supply chain practices.
In the second instalment in her ‘Internet of Things’ series, Kilara Le, explores what the IoT could mean for your supply chain. A WhichPLM Expert and avid writer, Kilara intertwines her example here with a universal tale to help ground her message.
In her first guest article with WhichPLM, Debbie McKeegan, writes about the evolution of digital printing. Debbie is well averse in this world, and sits on WhichPLM’s Expert Board as a pioneer in digital print. As someone who entered the industry decades ago, Debbie has a lot to share.