As fashion technology ecosystems become broader and more complex, the importance of integrations is increasing. But what does it mean to integrate tools and workflows that support different areas of the product lifecycle with one centralised source of truth? What will it take to realise a fully connected value chain?
Environmental sustainability has become a top priority across industries in today's rapidly changing world due to climate change. The fashion industry, in particular, faces increasing pressure to adopt eco-friendly practices and reduce its high environmental impact. Combining PLM with sustainability initiatives can help businesses design and understand their impact on the environment in real-time.
Product lifecycle management: a term that was once a trend is now an industry standard. As PLM initiatives mature and system capabilities increase, companies must think, plan and act beyond implementation to maximise return on investment.
In a complex, ever-shifting economic climate, success will depend on taking a multi-dimensional approach to pricing - one that incorporates and unifies the capabilities of pricing, planning, and PLM platforms.Centric Software
The power of 3D to bring ideas to life, visually, is proven. But how much more possibility space can fashion unlock by treating 3D assets as the source of product data?
For digital transformation to really take hold, unifying a direction is equally important to finding the right technology.