Explore the latest insight from the fashion, automotive and furniture industries.
Conversation with … Yang Jinchun
Yang Jinchun, Vice President of China National Garment Association
What’s on your PLM wish list?
When selecting a best-in-class PLM solution, you should expect these capabilities.
Never miss a step: getting things right in your product development process
Do you have what it takes to execute smarter decisions?
Conversation with… Daniel Arlaud
Daniel Arlaud, International relations researcher and consultant
Make zero-buffer multi-ply cutting a reality
Maximize automotive upholstery savings with Lectra’s VectorAutomotive iP series
Are you as customer centric as you think?
For years, it was assumed that « Customer is king » was the guiding principle of the retail industry. However, that wasn’t the reality.
Solving the fashion equation
The traditional manufacturing model is no longer compatible with the agility needed to remain competitive in today’s fashion industry landscape.
Relieving margin pressure
Increased market competition is driving the need for rationalization in manufacturing, distribution and retailing activities. Unlike business management measures in the past, however, the impact of cost-cutting remains limited in the face of evolving consumer expectations and faster-moving markets.
Strategies for on demand production in a changing Fashion industry
Demand for mass customization, small series, single pieces and more generally on-demand manufacturing in fashion is on the rise. Using on demand strategies means manufacturers can make products exactly to customer specifications. It can also be advantageous for fashion manufacturers that prefer to keep a minimal stock or respond to changing fashion industry trends.
Quality, logistics, production: why it’s crucial to optimize now
The new equation for fashion in a digitally-enhanced industry landscape
Disrupting the retail Fashion model
Recapturing profit through digital transformation