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A Two-layer Model for Fashion PLM Functionality
To help fashion players achieve the most out of adopting PLM methodology and systems while respecting the uniqueness of fashion products and business processes,

separating mixtures  itself. The reason for separating fashion PLM functionality into two categories is to help fashion companies obtain a clearer vision of what a fashion PLM solution should contain when planning for PLM adoption. Due to the fact that the introduction of PLM into the fashion industry is quite recent and fashion players are usually not engineering-oriented, planning a PLM system both business-process-wise and PLM-infrastructure-wise will help reduce confusion in the planning and solution selection phases

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