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Stand-alone cutter vs Made to Order for Furniture
Lectra developed the Made to Order for Furniture solution to help upholstered furniture manufacturers meet customers’ customization demands with Industry 4.0 technology.
Topspin vs Cutting Room 4.0 for Made to Order
Lectra developed the Cutting Room 4.0 for Made to Order solution to help upholstered furniture manufacturers meet customers’ customization demands with Industry 4.0 technology.
Solve Your Made-To-Order Challenges
Cutting Room 4.0 for Made to Order was developed to help upholstered furniture manufacturers gain an agile, productive and profitable made-to-order process.
Four Ways a PLM Can Help You Capture Today's Consumer
The rise of digital technology and a generation of connected consumers is changing the fashion retail landscape at breakneck speed, and leaving a string of casualties in its wake.
“We believe that machine maintenance should be put in the hands of professionals, so we can focus entirely on the production process.”
What comes after PLM? Solving fashion’s challenges
To stay competitive on today’s landscape, fashion companies are offering much more than garments.
Proactive Productivity: The Strategic Advantages of an Agile Approach to PLM Implementation
Technology’s pervasiveness in the fashion industry isn’t necessarily a new concept, but it is starting to take hold. Executives are finally noticing and prioritizing their efforts to get on board, which means an uptick in project management and deployment for fashion CIOs.
How Industry 4.0 is transforming the car interiors of the future
The trends shaping the evolution in automotive interiors were the key focal point of discussion at the Lectra hosted, fifth annual VIP auto symposium.
Success Factors for Industry 4.0 Cutting Room Implementation
Industry 4.0 has the potential to revolutionize the cutting rooms of furniture manufacturers. Those that get the transition right can benefit from increased efficiency, lower costs and improved accuracy.
Do data control centers hold the key to the future of the fashion industry ?
Fashion companies are resolutely embracing the digital world.
Shifting Gears: Merchandising Leaders Move into the Future with Data-Driven Insights
Remember when the world of fashion had two seasons, spring-summer and fall-winter, and four fashion capitals?