The global pandemic has accelerated fashion and apparel’s shift to e-commerce. The McKinsey Report ‘A new model for the consumer-goods industry digitalization of the customer experience, speed to market for new products, mass customization, smaller order sizes and flexible channel options.
What implications does this have for Fashion & Apparel Manufacturers?
Find out in this webinar replay with Centric Software PLM experts and guest speaker Tim Edmunds, Director of supply chain consulting service, Weave Services, who has over 15 years experience in leading Manufacturing Excellence & Digital Transformation programs.
Tim discussed these important trends and the challenges they present to the manufacturing industry, including opportunities for manufacturers to adapt to a changing marketplace through software adoption.
PLM experts Nick Wei and Katherine Poon from Centric Software shared the best practices for fashion & apparel manufacturers, including real-life case studies.
Key topics covered:
- The importance of an agile & digital value chain to adapt to mass customization, smaller orders and speed to market
- Why investing in current teams creates more value than increasing headcount and best practices for change management
- How using the right software like Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) can help manufacturers drive change
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