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Supply Chain Collaboration

For years, WhichPLM has provided the industry with content around retail technology. Whilst we cover the retail, footwear and apparel market as a whole, below you’ll find those posts which directly cover supply chain collaboration.

For many brands and retails, during product creation, designs often change, even after they have been sent to a supplier for sample development, making it illogical for the apparel manufacturer simply to download a static specification file. They need to be able to interact with the PLM system, the mindset needs to be changed, and the technology therefore needs to be improved.

Each of today’s technological advances is “joining the dots” between the complex supply chain; there is great potential for blockchain technology to to enable this and make the supply chain irrefutably transparent.



Infinite Fashion

Here, our own CEO, Mark Harrop, shares his thought leadership view on the current landscape of any Fashion business – technologically speaking. He delves into what WhichPLM has coined Fashion’s ‘infinity loop’, emphasizing the importance of digital integration. The next wave of fashion technology integration is happening whilst I write my latest article on what […]

Dig.IT4Fashion 2017: The WhichPLM Report

Our CEO has recently returned from Florence, where he attended and presented at Dig.IT4Fashion. Here, he presents his coverage of the event, and shares his thoughts on four roundtable panels: Enterprise 3D, Experience, Blockchain, and Data Intelligence. It isn’t often today to come across a retailer, brand or manufacturer in our industry who doesn’t have […]

Design by Social

In her latest exclusive for WhichPLM, Lucy Royle discusses the digital-social way of working that is becoming the norm in the fashion sector. She explores how socially-oriented PLM platforms are helping designers (and other key role owners) to quickly create fashion collections with the consumer very much in mind.