Product Lifecycle Management

Simplifying Product Development

Fruit of the Loom is a vertically-integrated company that markets its products under a myriad of underwear, intimates, sportswear and sporting goods brands. Until recently, the company’s design teams used several methods and systems to manage the product development process and data was dispersed across many locations. They needed an enterprise-wide, scalable system that would enable product development teams to create, control and communicate data consistently and efficiently across the entire brand landscape.

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Enabling Real-Time Collaboration

Randa Accessories is the world’s largest men’s accessories company with 75 brands. Randa’s vision was to have a truly global, well-connected and collaborative vendor network. They needed supply chain partners to collaborate with them throughout the product design lifecycle, on tech packs, sample requests, quotes, and more. They also needed a PLM system that was highly visual so all employees could easily reference the same information.

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Leverage Digital Assets

ICICLE is one of the most respected apparel brands in China. By leveraging their digital assets in YuniquePLM®, the company was able to nurture its design team to reach new levels of creativity. They were able to significantly improve the product development process, reduce the number of sample iterations and create faster prototypes/concepts to stay ahead of the design curve.

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Eliminating Weeks

One of the world’s leading marketers of branded casual, outdoor and active footwear and apparel reduced cycle time by five weeks in the first season alone after implementing YuniquePLM. The division eliminated data discrepancies and freed up time to focus more energy on product development and on streamlining internal processes.

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Elevating Suppliers

Cutter & Buck, a Washington-based manufacturer of upscale golf and sporting apparel, sells product in more than twenty-five countries. Before implementing YuniquePLM, its design and development teams maintained product information in Excel® spreadsheets, Adobe® Illustrator® drawings, CAD designs and personal email folders. The all-too-familiar result was a process that was difficult to manage and provided little visibility into internal and external processes and workflows.

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