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Singapore, February 21, 2019 – Browzwear, the leading provider of 3D solutions for fashion design, development and merchandising, announced today a new integration with BeProduct, the management solution behind some of fashion’s biggest technology install bases.

With this new integration, users will be able to access assets stored in BeProduct such as  fabrics, trims, and seam libraries, from Browzwear applications. With real-time sync, assets and tags will seamlessly update between the two platforms for an improved user experience.

“At BeProduct, we believe in putting control back in the hands of creatives who have been less served by traditional enterprise PLM systems, so integrating with the leading, open 3D platform made perfect sense for us and our users,” said Daniel Pak, BeProduct CEO. “We know that designers and product teams stand to benefit in a huge way from intuitive, powerful 3D tools, and an integrated approach to 3D and PLM is already unlocking real, measurable value for brands and retailers – from product design to marketing.”

The BeProduct and Browzwear integration makes it easier for designers to access and use the assets they need, and for brands to control which designers have access to which assets for their work, thereby closing the loop in an end-to-end workflow management process.

The new integration ensures that assets in BeProduct are automatically available in Browzwear. In addition, BeProduct includes full support for the U3M standard, with all material characteristics required for extremely technical 3D design, alteration, sample evaluation and other areas being accessible through an in-solution U3M app.

“As partners in the U3M alliance, we’re committed to delivering the most seamless 3D and PLM experience through open standards,” said Sharon Lim, Browzwear CEO. “Working closely with BeProduct enables transparent synchronization between material libraries and product data held in BeProduct, and every part of the Browzwear ecosystem.”

“We see Browzwear as being at the forefront of 3D adoption and innovation in apparel, and we’re proud to have established a partnership that brings the best of 3D and the best of design-oriented PLM into a single system,” said Pak.

About Browzwear

Browzwear’s pioneering 3D solutions for apparel design, merchandising and sales are the key to a successful digital product lifecycle. Through the power of accurate, true-to-life 3D, designers, pattern-makers, production and marketing can now collaborate effectively and shorten delivery schedules. With Browzwear’s open platform and partner ecosystem, brands and retailers world-wide are automating workflows, reducing iterations and samples, and selling garments even before they are produced.

Learn more at www.browzwear.com.  

About BeProduct

Built by the brains behind some of fashion’s biggest technology install bases, BeProduct helps brands and retailers inhabit the things they make. Every sketch; every stitch; every step of design and development. Headquartered in New York City, hosted on the cloud and designed with collaboration at its heart, our PLM solution is uniquely flexible and as full-featured as market leaders’, with none of the big enterprise bloats.

Manage apparel, footwear, and accessories. Use our bulletproof API to design custom apps without a line of code. Create color palettes by uploading street style snaps. Handle complex compliance requirements. Work more closely together on design and development. Do more of what you love, and let us worry about everything else. Sidestep the false choice between implementing off-the-shelf solutions or custom-building at huge cost. BeProduct is PLM done differently.

For more information, visit http://www.beproduct.com.

 

(Singapore and Munich, Germany, October 10, 2018) — Browzwear, a pioneer of 3D solutions for apparel design, development and merchandising, together with Vizoo, developers of advanced material digitization technology, announce today the release of Unified 3D Material (U3M). This new open source format will help to standardize digital materials and serve as a bridge between software applications in the apparel industry.

The goal for u3m is to create real alignment of visual appearance between applications. “U3M leverages a physically-based rendering (PBR) shading model,” explains Martin Semsch, Managing Director at Vizoo. “Therefore applications supporting PBR achieve a very similar look.”

Until now, each vendor output digital materials in a proprietary format or embedded it directly in their styles. U3M will streamline this process, allowing digital asset suppliers to rely on one fabric format serving their customers, regardless of which 3D applications are used. Eventually, it will be more efficient to move fabric information between vendors and suppliers.

“We are pleased with the unique method we’ve created to easily store visual and custom physical data in one file,” said Sharon Lim, CEO at Browzwear. “U3M is the first digital material format in the industry to combine digital components together in a consistent manner, thus allowing industry standardization of digital material libraries.”

Vizoo’s upcoming release, xTex 181, will support reading and writing of the U3M format and 2019 will see the first integrations in 3D CAD and 3D rendering applications.

For more information visit www.u3m.info.

Contact

Browzwear

51 Middle Road #05-01
Singapore
188959
Phone: +65 6338 4005
Email: sales@browzwear-global.com

Vizoo GmbH

Johann-Karg-Str. 30
85540 Haar (Munich)
Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 89 37917647
Email: info@vizoo3d.com