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Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)

A collection of news, articles and other featured content about Product Lifecycle Management (PLM).

Vilebrequin, the iconic swimwear brand, has selected Gerber Technology’s integrated solutions, YuniquePLM® and AccuMark® CAD, to facilitate quick product development and centralize all information, making it easily accessible to every member of the team.

Suuchi is an apparel business designed to match the evolving industry in all its complexity, embracing automation, close-to-market production, real-time information flows and production runs of all sizes.

The newly launched solution is tailored to fit the demands of SMBs in a scalable, easy to learn, cloud-based software solution.

This year’s group of 26 Apparel Innovator Award winners is pushing the barriers when it comes to satisfying consumer demand. Read on to learn about a wide range of innovations ranging from unique product offerings to smart uses of technology.

The pressure is on for further investment to link supply chain activities and PLM activities together and make combined investments with a goal of achieving business agility in an increasingly complex global environment.

The new solution gives fashion companies a consolidated view of all information pertaining to each product.

JB Britches / ADG will utilize Visual Next’s PLM, ERP, WMS, SFA and POS suite of software to manage design, sourcing, production and sales.

The combined organization will expand the geographical market, while also benefiting customers with improved customer support and increased investment in the product platform.

Color shouldn’t be an afterthought, but rather one of the first items considered when preparing for next season’s apparel line.

With a new PLM system, Rip Curl will be able to automate many of its processes to provide complete visibility and control from product concept to customer delivery.

Product innovation teams will be able to create virtual materials to share across their entire workflow process from design through production and quality control.

Fashion retailers need only two words to describe the frenetic pace of change taking place within their industry: Amazon and Zara.

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To keep pace with growth, this full-package manufacturer needed a system that could scale with its growing business requirements.

As customer demand becomes ever more, well, demanding, and supply chains become ever more complex and uncertain, apparel manufacturers find themselves squeezed between the two.

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