(MANCHESTER, UK, 9 DECEMBER 2011) Atlas Design Group AB, a European leader in accessories, shirt, ties and underwear for men and women, has this week gone live on the Lawson Fashion PLM system, following a smooth implementation conducted by the Product Development Partnership (“PDP”).
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In the latest instalment of his weekly column our Editor, Ben Hanson rounds up the best of WhichPLM from the past seven days. With a range of original insight and interviews, the 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.
In the second instalment of a series on Master Data, Mark Harrop (Managing Director of PDP) makes a case for adopting a broad approach to data gathering, cleansing and ownership that extends beyond core PLM. Mark also looks at the additional value that can be realised by running a Master Data project alongside other, business-wide process improvements.
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.
In the latest instalment of his weekly column our Editor, Ben Hanson rounds up the best of WhichPLM from the past seven days. With this year's Customer Survey attracting considerable interest, and a wealth of new, premium content from recognised industry experts, 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.
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.
Alongside his appearance at the company's PLM Innovation Forum in September, our Managing Director, Mark Harrop, was interviewed for an appearance in the latest issue of Technia's PLM Magazine. The profile looks at his 37-year history in the industry, and how his long-standing belief in PLM drives his work to this day.
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.
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.
(MILAN, 27 OCTOBER 2011) The TXT PLM & Merchandise Planning Summit, held in Milan on the 29th of September in collaboration with Microsoft, attracted retail experts and leaders from all over Europe and North America, with more than 100 attendees representing 45 leading luxury, fashion and retail companies.