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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.

Conversations: Andy Hobsbawm, EVRYTHNG

In the third in a small collection of interviews with innovative entrepreneurs and thought leaders to be published throughout the year, here WhichPLM discusses the Internet of Things (particularly as it relates to our industry), social media, and machine learning with Co-founder & CMO of EVRYTHNG, Andy Hobsbawm. EVRYTHNG is an IoT Smart Product Platform, designed to unlock […]

Higg Product Tools: How you can help scale sustainability in the apparel, footwear, and home textile industries

Here, The Sustainable Apparel Coalition, in collaboration with WhichPLM, shares an overview of The SAC, The Higg Index, The Higg Materials Sustainability Index, The Higg Design & Development Module and integrating with PLM.This exclusive piece acts as a ‘call to action’ for all of our readers to collaborate; PLM integration with the Higg MSI and DDM […]

NRF 2016 Interviews: TXT

In the second of our exclusive interviews from January’s NRF show in New York City, Kilara Le, talks with Chris Jones of TXT about the integration of a myriad different systems, which combine to offer their end-to-end solution; a technical partnership with Microsoft; and a commitment to sustainability.