To achieve real competitive advantage, apparel brands, retailers and suppliers have to differentiate themselves by creating more seamless links between product development and the actual sourcing of the products. Dassault Systèmes writes for WhichPLM on how PLM can help apparel companies to maintain competitive advantage.
Here you will find an assortment of pieces, dating back almost a decade, from Dassault Systèmes – a leading provider of PLM and 3D.
Exclusive editorial content is dispersed between Dassault Systèmes’ news – covering new customers, new releases and success stories. More information on Dassault (also known in the industry as 3DS) can be accessed via their own company listing (accessible within these pages, or via our Supplier Listings tab on the menu bar above).
(Mass High Tech staff, MAY 01, 2009) The Pitch: Zweave targets PLM software for clothing, footwear. Article from MASS HIGH TECH: The Journal of New England Technology.
Another IMB to add to the many visits over the years, so how has this one fared against past exhibitions? Whilst at the show last week, I was explaining to Rebecca (Editor of WhichPLM) that in the ‘old days’ you could measure the attendance of the show by how long it took you to get […]
(LOWELL, MASS., MARCH 31, 2009) Dassault Systemes (DS), a world leader in 3D and Product Lifecycle Management solutions, today announced it has strengthened its position as an industry leader in the PLM market for retail, footwear and apparel through an agreement with i-generator, an innovator in brand creation for global footwear brands.
(PARIS, FRANCE, MARCH 31, 2009) Dassault Systemes (DS), a world leader in 3D and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions, today announced that Trent Ltd., a Tata Group company and operator of Trent Westside, one of India’s largest and fastest growing retailers, will deploy the ENOVIA Apparel Accelerator™ for Design & Development.
WhichPLM takes a look at why and how we are evaluating the PLM solutions serving the apparel/retail sector… The past ten years has seen the PLM market evolve to a degree that there are now tens of companies offering multiple solutions, all aiming to ease customers’ product development woes. With an increasing number of technology […]
(JANUARY 29, 2009) Product lifecycle management vendor Parametric Technology Corporation's announcement of an expected drop in Q1 2009 earnings has sparked a steep decline in its share price, leading independent market analyst Datamonitor to believe that the vendor has become a potential acquisition target.