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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.

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.

PLM Reporting & Analytics; Quick Data Accessibility for making informed decisions

In their first exclusive piece for WhichPLM, Acnovate discusses the need for today’s retailers and brands to utilise enterprise PLM in conjunction with other data sources, to gain their competitive edge. Acnovate is a technology services provider with a focus on PLM, catering to Footwear & Apparel, Consumer Products, Medical, Manufacturing, Engineering, Communications and Media.

Conversations: Alvanon & BodiData

Continuing our collection of interviews with innovative entrepreneurs and thought leaders for 2017, we recently talked with Janice Wang, CEO of Alvanon, and Tuoc Luong, CEO of BodiData. Janice and Tuoc took some time out to talk openly about their recent partnership and what this means for the industry, about working in 3D, and their […]