In the first instalment of a new series, Mark Harrop, Managing Director of PDP, looks at the crucial role that Master Data has to play in underpinning successful PLM implementations and in delivering efficiency savings across extended global supply chains. This is an important emerging trend in the world of integrated systems, so Mark's insights into the importance of Master Data are especially timely.
Here at WhichPLM we believe education is paramount – and it’s what we’ve built our name on.
For years, we’ve has provided the industry with PLM information via articles, interviews, reviews and news. Whilst we cover the retail, footwear and apparel market exclusively, below you’ll find those posts which directly cover PLM education.
This tag is in a constant state of flux, with more content filling our site each day; check back here, or visit WhichPLM Academy, to learn PLM and more.
Technology firm gives away £10m to educational establishments to help boost industry retail merchandising skills
vrSoftware, the developer of leading visual merchandising and design software vrMockshop, is continuing its commitment to training across the retail industry after giving away £10m for the education of the next generation of retail professionals.
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.
This October saw Centric Software, Inc., (vendors of the Centric 8 PLM solution) host a series of PLM-focused seminars in London, Paris and New York. The events looked at the increasingly critical role that PLM plays at every stage of modern product development in the retail, footwear and apparel industry. Our Editor, Ben Hanson, attended the event in London, and he sets out here his review of Centric's first UK seminar.
(PETACH-TIKVA, ISRAEL, 03 NOVEMBER, 2011) President of OptiTex USA, Yoram Burg will be attending The 2011 World Conference on Mass Customization, Personalization, and Co-Creation (MCPC 2011) on November 16-17, 2011 and the Innovation & Research Conference, November 17-19, 2011 at the Marriot Airport Hotel & Conference Center in San Francisco.
Boroughbridge, England, November 1, 2011. vrSoftware™, the market leading provider of "Visual Retailing" software solutions for planning and communication in the fashion retail industry, today announced that Rentokil Initial Group as a new 'site license' customer for its vrSoftware vrSoftware Sampleroom™ solution (vrSampleroom).
Boroughbridge, England, October 25, 2011. vrSoftware, the market leading provider of "Visual Retailing" software solutions for planning and communication in the fashion retail industry today announced its intention to invest and significantly increase the size of its worldwide channel partner network.
(TOLLAND, CONN., 12 OCTOBER 2011) Over the past several weeks, nearly 5,000 fashion design students from 30 universities across Mexico have put their fashion design, pattern design and marker making skills to the test in a multi-phased competition organized by Gerber Technology and sponsored by many national and international companies.
In a double instalment of his weekly column our Editor, Ben Hanson rounds up the best of WhichPLM from the past fourteen days. From recruitment and announcements to a special feature looking at the latest expanded solution to join WhichPLM, Ben wants to make sure that none of our readers, new or long-standing, miss the best content from the past two weeks.
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.