These are exciting, and challenging, times for many fashion and consumer products retailers and brands. From Amazon to Uber, disruptive forces are reshaping industries and business models at an amazing pace. For most who are trying to adapt, it’s not enough to make a few changes here or there. Transformative change is in order.
In our series of connected PLM posts, we offer practical tips, steps and strategies for how connected PLM can be utilized in fashion and consumer products retailing.
Click on the three links below to download each part and learn more about Connected PLM.
- Part 1: Leveraging Connected PLM to Develop Truly Trend-driven Fashion — focuses on the plan-and-create stages of the product lifecycle, including how to better capitalize on trends to feed stronger assortment planning and product design.
- Part 2: Utilizing Connected PLM to Unlock Supply Chain Visibility and Responsiveness — will focus on the source-and-produce lifecycle stages. We will explore how to unlock valuable insights through collaboration and build bi-directional supply chain visibility to optimize production and improve quality.
- Part 3: Leveraging Connected PLM to Improve Customer Experience and Engagement — will focus on the selling stage of the product lifecycle, including exciting new in-store technologies and experiences, all of which complete PLM’s full circle, feeding powerful, actionable insights back into planning and creating.