In the fifth in our ongoing series of exclusive vendor interviews from NRF 2013, our Editor talks to a panel of executives from multi-industry software corporation SAP about the trends that are shaping the worldwide retail experience, and how they see it transforming over the coming year.
In the fourth in our ongoing series of exclusive vendor interviews from NRF 2013, our Editor talks to Terry Saunders, Retail Client Executive at Dassault Systemes, about how he feels the industry has changed in the past twelve months, and which trends he sees shaping its future.
In the second in our series of exclusive vendor interviews from NRF 2013, our Editor talks to Gary Barraco, Director of Product Marketing, and Steven Quon, Vice President of Sales, for ecVision about the future of their platform and the direction they expect the industry to take in 2013.
The first in a series of interviews with PLM vendors, this exclusive conversation between our Editor, Ben Hanson, and Scott McCarley, Product Marketing Director at PTC, took place at the NRF “big show” in January and looks at the future of our industry.
After the close of NRF’s gargantuan “Big Show”, our Editor caught up with Bill Brewster, Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing for Gerber Technology, to find out how he feels his company’s more intimate “ideation” event differs from this and other more traditional conventions.
In the final instalment of her exclusive series, business process expert Kilara Le continues to examine the increasingly diverse role that PLM (in both its core and E-PLM forms) plays in the product lifecycle. This month, Kilara ponders the “end” of product development – looking at what happens to the reams of valuable data held […]
In his first article for WhichPLM, Peter Richardson looks at the importance of fit through the lens of Australia’s outdated national sizing information and his own desire to see the science brought into the twenty-first century – both in his home country and elsewhere.
Luxury couture designer Maria Grachvogel is known for her singular prints, which often display unexpected, elegant explosions of color. Many of the garments she designs to inhabit these prints feature innovative and intriguing cuts developed with the desire to create well-fitting clothes that women will come back to again and again.