In the third in a new, exclusive series of interviews from TexProcess 2013, our Editor talks to Anastasia Charbin, Director of Marketing, Fashion, for Lectra about developing customer relationships, ‘Lectra technology’, and the potential of new 3D solutions.
In the second in a new, exclusive series of interviews from TexProcess 2013, our Editor talks to Hartmut Walter of W+P Solutions, about the future of PLM, and the role of platforms like Microsoft Dynamics AX in creating integrated environments.
In the first in a new, exclusive series of interviews from TexProcess 2013, our Editor talks to Reid Swanson, Strategic Account Manager for PTC, about the shifting scope of PLM, and what he sees as the role of trade shows in an increasingly online world.
Between 10th and 13th June, the Messe Frankfurt played host to two of the textile industry’s biggest trade fairs, TexProcess and TechTexil, running concurrently, spread over vast square-footage, and showing many of the latest developments in technology and mechanical innovation. In this – the first in an exclusive series of articles – our Editor examines […]
lways an international company at heart, Centric Software has run a continent-spanning series of seminars for several years. And this summer’s intimate gatherings in the world’s fashion capitals – Milan, New York, London and Barcelona – only reinforce the impression that, whatever the territory, the fashion business knows Centric, and vice versa.
Earlier this year, WhichPLM was invited to cover an industry event at the London College of Fashion – one that was unusual in more ways than one. Firstly, the day was sponsored by one of the industry’s biggest software vendors, CGS, but software itself was not the key focal point. Secondly, it marked the first […]
In this exclusive guest article designed to accompany the launch of ecVision Comply™, Gary Barraco (Director of Product Marketing) addresses the sensitive, timely topic of supply chain compliance and the responsibilities inherent in modern, multinational product development.
ollowing on from her popular series, “Extending PLM”, this week sees business process expert Kilara Le examining the human side of PLM implementation – managing people’s intrinsic resistance to change, and learning how best to mitigate the impact of enterprise-level projects.
In this exclusive guest blog, Gary Barraco, Director of Product Marketing for ecVision, looks at how material compliance can affect brand perception, and at the potentially catastrophic consequences of getting it wrong.