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Bamboo Rose expands retail community platform
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Jan '18
Courtesy: Bamboo Rose
Courtesy: Bamboo Rose
Bamboo Rose, a leading retail platform that helps discover, develop, and deliver products at consumer speed, has announced an expansion to its retail community platform that drives new functionality, allowing retailers to plug-in various “cool tools” – new and innovative technology and services, such as 3D design, augmented reality and machine learning.

Retailers need the flexibility to integrate various technologies into their product development cycle to support activities like digital sample management, virtual product rendering, image recognition, and colour palette generation. By plugging in all the latest and coolest technology, customers can see significant savings; for example, virtual showrooms and 3D renderings during the sampling phase can reduce overseas trips and sampling by 75 per cent, cut months out of product design cycles and increase collaboration. Embedding machine learning allows Bamboo Rose to automatically recommend supplier matches for product development based on dozens of criteria, such as user behaviour, collaboration sentiments, geography, and capacity commitments, and not just on past performance. With colour recognition integrated into the process, the platform can automatically assess a batch of photos from a shopping trip and use image recognition to create a colour palette as a starting point for product design.

Bamboo Rose is providing vendor-agnostic capabilities through seamless integration to – and expansion of – its retail community platform, giving retailers and brands the functionality to select multiple plug-ins at once. Other product lifecycle management (PLM) and Marketplace platforms limit retailers to one cool tool at a time and tend to align themselves with one provider instead of allowing retailers the freedom to choose. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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