By Discover e-Solutions (DeSL)
The press release below was issued February 15, 2021.
San Francisco Bay Area, California - Discover e-Solutions (DeSL) announces the launch of Digital Approvals Dashboard.
A key element of full digital transformation is the ability to vastly reduce the number of physical samples of either garments or materials. The efficiency this will bring companies, from both the demand and supply side, will be significant in terms of time-to-market and costs. This not only relates to the product development stages as currently managed by PLM solutions, but will also significantly improve procurement and selling business processes.
Imagine a world where finished product samples, trims, and new materials are approved through 3D models, and colors are approved without receiving a single lab dip or strike-off.
DeSL has now created the ability for this to happen through its innovative Digital Approvals Dashboard.
Complete integration with critical path and workflow capabilities, the solution will enable users to push digital approval requirements and actions deep into the supply chain, covering all areas from initial product prototype, to bulk fabric deliveries.
The dashboard works with any specialist 3D vendor including, CLO, Browzwear, and Optitex to enable the web-based visualization of virtual samples. In addition, the solution will enable interaction with the 3D models in a rich, and powerful, interactive environment.
From a color approval perspective, which is often overlooked as a key area for cost and efficiency improvements, the dashboard is fully integrated to DeSL’s Color Lifecycle Management™ module to enable real-time digital color approvals.
All roles in the development process are involved in the dashboard. Factories and mills know what they have to do and when, and internal users are able to monitor progress in real-time and interact with all areas in the supply chain.
This solution is a significant step forward in the ultimate end goal of full Digital Transformation for the fashion sector. By cutting out the current manual steps and physical samples which are so prevalent in the industry today and represent a significant problem in terms of cost, timescales and sustainability. To learn more, visit DeSL or request a demo with a DeSL representative.