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Here you will find an assortment of pieces surrounding the world of 3D Design, and Fashion CAD. Most notably, you will see Browzwear’s downloadable Evaluation – a first for WhichPLM and our commitment to 3D design and 3D design solutions.

Also covered here are insights from fashion CAD software companies, and various pieces on the CAD PLM integration front.



Exclusive: WhichPLM Reports on TXT’s Thinking Retail 2012 Event

TXT e-Solutions are no strangers to the fashion capitals of the world. The company is headquartered in Milan - where their first “Thinking Retail!” event took place - and on 29th March the rooftop Jardin d’Hiver in Paris’s Pavillon Kléber played host to the second seminar in that series.

Our Editor, Ben Hanson, was the only journalist invited to the event, and his full, exclusive report is now available to all WhichPLM readers.

WhichPLM Editorial Review – 13 April 2012

In an extended edition of his regular column, our Editor, Ben Hanson rounds up the best of WhichPLM from the past seven days. As well as the upcoming publication of our 2012 Annual Review, WhichPLM continues to play host to the latest news and developments from around the world, and the past fortnight has seen the first of a planned series of brand-new developments.

Gerber Technology Recognizes FIDM Graduate for International Manufacturing and Product Development Skills

(TOLLAND, Conn., USA, April 12, 2012) Recently, Gerber Technology presented its webPDM® Achievement Award at FIDM (Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising) in Los Angeles, Calif. during the graduate thesis presentation event for the school’s International Manufacturing and Product Development Advanced Study Program. Each year, Gerber Technology recognizes one student who best demonstrates outstanding applied understanding and use of Gerber’s webPDM product data management software in the preparation of his/her thesis. FIDM graduating student, Breanna Broach, earned this year’s award.

E-PLM: Extending the Role of Traditional PLM

In the first instalment of a fascinating, brand-new series, business process expert Kilara Le examines the place of Core PLM in the product lifecycle, and looks at how integration with a growing number of supporting solutions (those that we describe as E-PLM, and that take in everything from CAD/CAM to merchandise planning) has become such a vital part of many implementations.

The joint website of Human Solutions, Assyst and AVM is now available online

The new website of the Human Solutions Group is now online. For the first time, all the companies of the Group ― Human Solutions, Assyst and AVM ― the Fashion and Mobility divisions, the international sites in Italy and North America and all the Closed User groups have all been integrated into a seamless web portal. The portal provides up-to-date information about all products and events within the Human Solutions Group. The content is currently available in German, English and Italian. In addition to the publicly accessible content, there are also comprehensive information and services for customers in the user-friendly Closed User Groups.

Gerber Technology Adopts Modern-Day Approach to Showcasing New Product Offerings at Texprocess Americas Show

Gerber Technology Logo(TOLLAND, Conn., USA, March 27, 2012) For more than four decades, Gerber Technology has helped thousands of customers use automation to overcome their most challenging business hurdles. At next month’s Texprocess Americas show in Atlanta, Georgia, the company will take a modern-day approach to expose attendees to several new products. Applying the concept “Bring us your challenge. We can help.” the company will offer these latest solutions to overcome customers’ challenges.

OptiTex appoints Asaf Landau as CEO

Optitex Logo(PETACH TIKVA, ISRAEL, 06 MARCH, 2012) OptiTex today announced the appointment of Asaf Landau as CEO. OptiTex also announced a recruitment drive within the company as a response to strong global demand for its 2D and 3D CAD/CAM and virtual prototyping solutions in the apparel, automotive, aeronautics, industrial fabrics and upholstery industries.