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SEDDI Partners with PUKKA INDONUSA To Promote Affordable End-To-End Textile Digitization Platform

Updated: Jan 17

Press Release


SEDDI and PUKKA INDONUSA have teamed up to offer SEDDI Textura, the award-winning cloud-native textile digitization platform. SEDDI Textura is proud to offer the most comprehensive digitization platform available and is poised to unlock faster, frictionless digitization processes for brands and suppliers., SEDDI Textura features enable brands to seamlessly create, share, and manage digital textiles in one comprehensive platform. The timely production of digital textiles is critical to support style development at brands and manufacturers and to speed new products to market. SEDDI Textura improves the accuracy and efficiency of DPC processes, allowing brands and manufacturers to bring products to market quickly and sustainably, reducing the waste from physical sampling.

“SEDDI Textura has proved to be game-changing technology! We partnered with SEDDI after searching for textile digitization solutions that deliver great value to our mill and brand customers. It is too cost-prohibitive for mills to make capital investments in scanning equipment and to ship physical samples constantly. SEDDI Textura has service plans that offer unlimited digitization and are easy to use, leveraging equipment mills probably already own. It is exciting to deliver digital textiles to customers in minutes rather than weeks! In this competitive world, it is essential to be responsive and fast. SEDDI Textura delivers!” Said Claudia Tikando, CEO of PUKKA INDONUSA.

SEDDI Textura is an AI-powered, textile digitization software platform that enables brands and suppliers to scale the creation and use of digital fabrics together. Its unique cloud-native AI engine is trained with physical textile appearance and property data to construct trustworthy 3D simulations from desktop scanner images of fabrics. Currently companies like Levi Strauss, Arc’teryx, Alpine Creations, Perry Ellis, Under Armour, Bestseller, Farylrobin, Parallel Innovations, and many more are using SEDDI Textura to digitize textiles.

“Customers know they can cut weeks out of their design process if mills could more easily deliver digital textiles, and they didn’t have to rely on physical fabric swatches. SEDDI Textura was built to enable suppliers to digitize at the source and share fabric collections digitally” Said Alan Murray, VP Product for SEDDI.

Please visit www.textura.ai to learn more about SEDDI Textura.


About PUKKA INDONUSA

PUKKA INDONUSA is a company established in 1993 that focuses on providing solutions for your business needs. Specializing in the automation processes, our goal is to elevate your company’s value through specifically designed solutions for all your manufacturing processes – from product development to production. Pukkaindonusa.com

About SEDDI Inc.

SEDDI is a science-backed software company that has created a platform for Digital Product Creation (DPC) from textiles to virtual try on. Our collaborative cloud-native apparel simulation and 3D CAD solutions for digital apparel product creation are used by brands, designers, and manufacturers to easily create digital textiles, garments, and human forms culminating in the first true virtual try-on of clothing on consumer avatars. With years of scientific research and numerous patents behind our technology, SEDDI leverages advanced simulation methods and neural networks (“AI”) trained with the most detailed and accurate optical and physical data in the industry to generate true-to-life digital twins that are revolutionizing the way apparel is developed, marketed, and sold. SEDDI is headquartered in New York City, USA with operations in Madrid, Spain, and Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Visit www.seddi.com to learn more.



This press release was issued December 11, 2023. SEDDI is a SPESA member.


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