Pomellato was founded in 1967 and the first to defy tradition by introducing the ready-to-wear concept to the luxury jewelry industry. Pomellato has carved out its signature style in the 1990s of setting sophisticated, microfused gemstone combinations into rose-gold bands and chains. After achieving much success, the brand became the leading Italian jeweler in 2017.
Pomellato goes digital with Kubix link
Jewelry production made easy with Lectra's intuitive cloud-based platform
"Kubix Link is a highly intuitive platform which we can use to quickly enter values with just a few clicks. It also enables us to import documents and attachments easily and its messaging system facilitates communication. The interface is modern and the user experience is well-structured, information can be viewed in real time on any device,”
IT Director of Pomellato
Pomellato’s dilemma: transform cutting-edge designs into reality more quickly and efficiently
Pomellato joined the Kering Group in 2013. With the backing of this global luxury group, Pomellato sought to leverage the jewelry industry’s rapid growth and expand its international presence by strengthening its position as a trendsetter. To achieve this objective, they aimed to transform cutting-edge designs into reality more quickly and efficiently without forgoing quality and comfort.
Kubix Link enables Pomellato to gather and standardize product information coming from all teams involved
Lectra proposed to equip Pomellato with Kubix Link, which enables them to gather and standardize product information coming from all teams involved in the design-to-production process, so that they can collaborate by working with the same data in real time. The software’s PLM capabilities have helped Pomellato has helped Pomellato build an extensive bill of material (BOM) library containing all information on their gemstone collection, making it easier for designers to choose the right ones during the creative process. Thanks to Kubix Link’s collection plan module, team members can create more efficient workflows and keep track of its development progress.
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