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3 Reasons Why it’s Time to Integrate Data, Processes & Teams in Fashion

Today’s fashion leaders are relying on a mixed bag of solutions – ERP, PLM, CMS, DAM and PIM, among others. 
CIOs need to find a way to connect these systems to help their companies work smarter by collaborating better.

3 raisons montrant qu’il est temps pour la mode de faire le lien entre collaborateurs, données et processus

Our latest e-guide, ‘ERP, DAM, PLM…OMG’ sheds light on the day-to-day technology challenges of fashion companies.

With the wide array of IT systems that fashion companies are managing today, many teams are dealing with disparate data, ineffective workflows, and communication breakdowns. That’s when CIOs come to the rescue.

By helping their teams achieve a fully connected product lifecycle through system integration, CIOs are enabling teams to work better, smarter, and faster together. 

Read it to discover:

  • How fashion companies are operating nowadays
  • 3 reasons why system integration is the way to go
  • The benefits of having an integrated solution to manage your product data an workflow 

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In the world of fashion, constant pressure to deliver – and compete – trickles down into every aspect of the business. Inefficiencies, delays, errors, a lack of collaboration and stifled creativity are enough to bog down even the most successful fashion organization. But these setbacks all have one thing in common: an inability to capitalize on business intelligence. And not for lack of available data. Fashion leaders rely on a mixed bag of software systems – ERP, PLM, CMS, DAM and PIM, among others. And while they may seem to work well individually, making them work well together is a whole other thing, leaving significant gaps in collective insights. What’s more, production delays, ineffective workflows and breakdowns in communication can easily be attributed to disparate arrays of software, data and access to manage it all. Today’s fashion organizations need a fully connected product lifecycle – a unified system that makes the days of email strings, crashed Excel files and unorganized product assets a thing of the past. CIOs have a huge opportunity to impact the way their companies think about cross-functional strategies around workflows, processes, data, systems and other organizational structures. The time to move to an integrated platform is now – here are three reasons why