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PLM Report 2016

PLM systems are rising up the fashion tech investment agenda. Drapers finds out why this is and how the technology can help tranform businesses. 

Fashion supply chains are becoming ever more complex as UK fashion retailers expand their multichannel businesses overseas, while consumers are demanding constant newness, speeding up a product’s lifecycle. As a result, investing in product lifecycle management technology is rising up the retail agenda to manage this increasingly challenging process.

Drapers annual Product Lifecycle Management Report, in association with fashion PLM software provider Lectra, takes a closer look at how the market is adapting to these business requirements, with exclusive features on:

Roundtable: PLM’s clear benefits A panel of leading retailers talk about how they are managing their supply chain and what stage they are at when it comes to investing in PLM software.

Video: Make change a success Fashion PLM provider Lectra reveals how its system is helping retailers save cost, improve communication and reduce time to market.

Drapers Interview: Shop Direct group product director Matt Dixon talks to Drapers about the etailer’s internal supply chain review, ‘Source It’ and the changes happening as a result.

Video: What is the future of PLM? Speaking at the Drapers and Lectra PLM fashion masterclass, Thriving through change: Conception to consumer’, Mark Harrop, chief executive of digital magazine Which PLM? talks about the future of PLM.

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