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‘Luxuries’ in Marketing & Communication

In his latest exclusive for WhichPLM, Michael Robinson of Manner Solutions lays out some necessities for marketing and communication departments – often labeled as ‘luxuries’ – and how linking successfully to PLM and other systems can offer multiple benefits. Style metadata, holistic sample management, and technology are all luxuries for marketing and communications …but do […]

Why is PLM such a hard sell?

Here, Callum Mundine, Head of Marketing at Warble Media (a boutique, Australian web design & digital marketing agency), discusses the difficulty still inherent with selling PLM systems. Although, today, adoption rate of PLM is high when compared to years gone by, making a sale is by no means a walk in the park. Callum shares […]

WTiN Report: Inaugural Textile 4.0 Conference provides digital vision

WhichPLM’s own Mark Harrop has recently returned from his role as keynote speaker at WTiN’s first Textile 4.0 conference. Here, Tansy Fall, Editor of Industry Digitalisation for the World Textile Information Network, reviews the conference, which took place in Amsterdam from 25-26 October 2017. The programme explored the potential impact of Industry 4.0 and IoT […]

Why Recreate a Broken Process?

In his latest exclusive for us, fit expert Mark Charlton discusses the recent obsession with re-designing the fitting room experience, and shares his plea for fit intent. I have a passion for great fitting apparel and for over 20 years I have been helping brands fit apparel, understand sizing constructs and globalize fit offerings. In […]

Integrations; what you need to ask/know (part three – moving to the cloud)

Integration and migration specialist, Kevin Ryder, shares the final instalment in his exclusive three-part series today. Having already covered the business case for PLM, technology and architecture, key stakeholders, timelines, and test environments, this final piece explores the recent surge in moving to cloud, and what this means for integration. PLM systems are now moving […]

Integrations; what you need to ask/know (part two – stakeholders & testing)

Integration and migration specialist, Kevin Ryder, shares the second instalment in his exclusive series today. The first instalment centred on the PLM business case, technology and architecture; this second instalment delves into the importance of key stakeholders, timelines, and test environments. Following on from the first article we have now made our business case, reviewed/created […]