Following on from his "Best of NRF 2012", our Editor sets out in detail his impressions from this year's National Retail Federation Conference & Expo. Covering the state of the global retail market, the emerging worldwide trends that hope to reinvigorate it, and PLM's place in both, Ben Hanson's NRF 2012 Report is not to be missed.
Below you will find our exclusive, downloadable content from leading RFA technology vendors an experts. All of these fashion 3D, trend, PLM publications are available to download free of charge. You’ll find a mixture of brochures, white papers, and reports, including WhichPLM’s very own Annual Reviews and Editions, exploring a multitude of topics: 3D working in apparel, PLM integration and implementation, compliance, pricing, supply chain transparency, wearable technology, and more.
Gerber Technology to Demonstrate Why YuniquePLM is Readily Adopted by Users Across all Levels of the Enterprise at NRF Show in New York City
TOLLAND, CONN., USA, JANUARY 11, 2012) Gerber Technology, developers of the YuniquePLM™ product lifecycle management solution, will demonstrate why YuniquePLM is the leading PLM solution for the fashion and retail industries in booth No. 1378 at the 2012 National Retail Federation’s BIG Show held in New York City Jan. 15-18. Through interactive demonstrations, visitors will witness how YuniquePLM’s intuitive interface encourages designers, supply chain partners and executives alike to embrace the system.
As our 2011 Customer Survey enters its third week, our Editor, Ben Hanson, looks at the enabling capabilities of PLM and the roll that end users play in ensuring its success. Far from just allowing them to work more efficiently, modern PLM allows end users at every stage of the product development process to influence its future.
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.
To learn about how 3D technology is shaping the apparel industry download your free copy of Lectra's latest white paper, entitled “3D in apparel design: a revolution in the industry".
On the 21 September, Technia (suppliers of PLM) held their annual PLM Innovation Forum at Stockholm's Modern Museum. Attended by more than 350 delegates from across a selection of industries, the event saw presentations from companies like Under Armour, Nokia, and WhichPLM's own Mark Harrop. With a full review site now live, you can revisit the event today.
(MANCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM, 22 SEPTEMBER 2011) Vector Vogue Limited today announced the availability of Version 1.2 of the collaborative apparel design library Verve Sketch. The latest release debuts a host of additional features, demonstrating the team’s ongoing commitment to improving and expanding the capabilities of their solution in line with a well-established roadmap.
OptiTex Releases Mac OS version of Dynamic Clothing Engine for Use with DAZ 3D’s Figure Art Software
(PETACH-TIKVA, ISRAEL AND DRAPER, UTAH, 20 SEPTEMBER, 2011) 2D/3D CAD software leader OptiTex, and DAZ 3D, a leading developer of professional quality 3D models and software, are pleased to announce a new Dynamic Cloth Engine plug-in for Mac OS and a coinciding upgrade to the OptiTex Windows plug-in, which now enables it to support 64-bit architecture.
In this regular weekly column, our Editor, Ben Hanson, takes a look back over the latest news – rounding up the best of WhichPLM from the past seven days. Despite the summer lull the overall 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 while he is away.