Mark Harrop is the founder and Managing Director of WhichPLM. During a career that has spanned more than four decades, Mark has worked tirelessly to further the cause of PLM – providing the unbiased, expert advice that has enabled some of the world’s best known retailers, brands and manufacturers achieve efficiency savings across their entire supply chain through informed technology investments.
A PLM expert – often dubbed the ‘PLM guru’ – Mark writes exclusively for WhichPLM, sharing his vast expertise with the wider RFA market.
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PTC has set out to do something genuinely new with its summer series of Executive Roundtable events. And after being invited to exclusively report on last month’s high-profile seminar in Paris, WhichPLM were also present at the latest event in the series this month to find out whether that uniqueness had made the transition across the channel.
TXT e-Solutions are no strangers to the fashion capitals of the world. The company is headquartered in Milan - where their first “Thinking Retail!” event took place - and on 29th March the rooftop Jardin d’Hiver in Paris’s Pavillon Kléber played host to the second seminar in that series.
Our Editor, Ben Hanson, was the only journalist invited to the event, and his full, exclusive report is now available to all WhichPLM readers.
In the latest instalment of his weekly column, our Editor, Ben Hanson rounds up the best of WhichPLM from the past seven days. As well as the upcoming publication of our 2012 Annual Review, WhichPLM continues to play host to the latest news and developments from around the world, and the coming weeks will see a full report on TXT's Thinking Retail Event, new faces and much more.
PDP Appoints Specialist Consultant Andrew Dyer To Deliver Worldwide Design & Technology Education Initiatives
(MANCHESTER, UK, 13 February 2012) The Product Development Partnership (“PDP”) today announced further expansion of their UK-based team in line with rapidly-growing demand for consultancy, training and development services. Apparel industry veteran Andrew Dyer joins PDP as a Specialist Consultant, focused on delivering comprehensive technological and design training.
(MANCHESTER, UK, 16 December 2011) The Product Development Partnership (“PDP”) and multinational PLM provider, Gerber Technology, today announced that they have reached a non-exclusive agreement that will see PDP become one of Gerber Technology’s global PLM implementation partners.