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Whether it’s an industry show, or a vendor one-off, you’ll find our most recent event coverage here. Coverage spans a range of topics and technologies, from PLM, 3D, the IoT, CAD and CAM, to digital printing, edge computing, virtual reality, sustainability, sourcing, logistics and technical textiles. Scroll below to read up on all fashion industry events.

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WhichPLM Editorial Review – 4 May 2012

In this instalment of his weekly column, our Editor, Ben Hanson rounds up the best of WhichPLM from the past seven days. With exclusive interviews, detailed event reporting and more featuring over the coming weeks (along with the latest news and developments from around the world), WhichPLM remains the premiere online destination for news, opinion and insight relating to product development for the fashion industry.

WhichPLM Editorial Review – 18 November 2011

In an extended two-week instalment of his column our Editor, Ben Hanson rounds up the best of WhichPLM from the past fourteen days. With this year's Customer Survey still in full swing, and detailed coverage of some of the year's biggest PLM-focused events, the range content we offer has never been richer, and Ben wants to make sure that none of our readers, new or long-standing, miss the best of it.

Processia Solutions Joins Aras Partner Program

 (ANDOVER, MASS, MARCH 03, 2010) Aras®, a leading enterprise open source Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software solution provider, today announced that Processia Solutions, a recognized leader in the field of PLM integration and optimization in North America and Europe, has joined the Aras Partner Program.

Social Computing Meets Product Development

WhichPLM(NEEDHAM, MASS., JUNE 12, 2009) With the widespread adoption of Web 2.0 technologies and the evolution and acceleration of global product development initiatives, PTC (Nasdaq: PMTC), the Product Development Company®, believes the market is ready for a measurable shift in the way products will be developed. The cornerstone of this shift is the marriage of social computing to product development, or what PTC is calling social product development. Robin Saitz, SVP, Solutions Marketing & Communications, discusses the thinking behind Social Product Development.