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How CIOs lead the digitalization in fashion industry
With large volumes of structured and unstructured data streaming in from IT systems such as ERP, DAM, PLM or PIM... Digitalization is no longer just a trend, but now a necessity.
Pitt jeans: 50, 000 masks produced for hospitals
In line with its core values of transformation, social responsibility and innovation, Pitt Jeans redesigned its production in record time to meet the demand for masks.
We experimented new ways of management and content delivery
Conversation with … Dr. Gjoko MURATOVSKI, director of the Ullman School of Design University of Cincinnati
Plumbs: from Furniture covers to medical scrubs
Plumbs reorients its operations in order to play its part in the fight against COVID-19.
The COVID-19 weekly report #3
This week will mark the opening of non-essential activities in the markets we have been analysing: Germany, France, Spain, and Italy.
How a new breed of product development leaders is driving change and innovation
Discover how you can develop groundbreaking products and increase speed to market - at the same time
Reshoring: local supply chain production to achieve sustainability
Conversation with … Paulo VAZ, usiness Areas Director at AEP : Portuguese Business Association, Chamber of Commerce and Industry
On-demand webinar use your optimization potential with Vector dashboard
This webinar is for Lectra customers using a Vector Automotive V4 or V5 fabric cutting system. During this session we will explain why you should start using Lectra's new cutting room performance monitorig tool and how to do it.
Tibard: we are producing up to 13,000 scrub suits a week
Industry 4.0 manufacturing facility is used to support the global effort.
The COVID-19 weekly report #2
Most European countries are setting out tentative plans to ease the confinement measures imposed to combat the spread of COVID-19. Germany and Austria have led from the front by easing restrictions. What impact does it have on the Fashion Industry?
The COVID-19 weekly report: the Data brands need to survive the crisis
All the big retailers have accumulated stock over the years. H&M in particular, has been busy in this practice for a while. Zara has been putting more and more products on sale during the sales period. And Uniqlo's strategy which offers great quality products to customers without any additional incentives, while keeping the production steady. This is the situation they had before the pandemic.