The Future of PLM
For years, WhichPLM has provided the industry with RFA news, articles and insight.
The world is going through yet another wave of digital disruption, and we’re committed to reporting on this as it happens. Here you will find an assortment of pieces surrounding the future of our industry – be that future trends in fashion, retail, or CPG, and PLM future trends.
Given the ever-changing nature of this industry, this tag is in a constant state of flux, with more news and articles filling our site each day.
In today’s blog, three industry experts allow us an insight into their recent conversation – spanning myriad topics. WhichPLM’s own Mark Harrop comes together with Mark Ryan (Print on Demand & Direct to Garment specialist) and Chris McCann (Sustainability expert) to share their thoughts on what’s happening today in Fashion.
Here, Dakota Murphey, shares her first guest piece with us – a look into the very near future of Fashion. Dakota has more than a decade of experience in business growth, working independently as a business consultant for a number of years.
In her third piece for 2019, frequent contributor Elizabeth Shobert shares her views on the future of fashion employment.. Elizabeth is Director of Marketing & Digital Strategy at StyleSage – an intelligence business, founded on the idea and mission that we can all do better, and that technology has the power to enable smarter decision-making.
At the close of last month, Mark Harrop of WhichPLM was invited to present to the Northern Clothing & Textile Network. In attendance was Sally Smallwood, Chief Wreckreator of WRECKREATION – a label based in the North East of England. Here, Sally shares her experience with us.
In his first guest post for WhichPLM, David Rogers, Marketing Manager for Blue Bite, unpacks the benefits of near-field communication in fashion. Blue Bite’s patented platform empowers creators to build dynamic digital experiences and channel them through physical items using technologies like NFC, QR and geofencing.
In his first guest post for WhichPLM, David Courtier-Dutton, CEO of SoundOut, discusses the relationship between ERP, PLM and C-data, using the recent acquisition of Qualtrics by SAP as a representation of a new paradigm shift.