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Browzwear declares API access for apparel companies

A pioneer of 3D digital solutions, Browzwear, has said the common availability of its API. Clothing companies working with Browzwear now have the capacity, through custom extensions and plugins, to construct, customize and manage an entirely digital workflow by seamlessly connecting and embedding multiple applications within their present platforms.

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Figure: Clothing companies working with Browzwear now have the capacity, through custom extensions and plugins, to construct, customize and manage an entirely digital workflow.

Browzwear’s API is a conduit between its robust 3D solution and third party technology platforms to work together interoperably. This release further reinforces the linkages between both customers and partners.

By using Browzwear’s API developers can build and connect extensions in fields such as asset management, rendering processing, costing, visualisation tools and more.

Both clients and technology associates have already utilized Browzwear’s API before its general accessibility connecting tech solutions by PTC, Centric Software, Metail, BeyondXR, FNX, Trapdoor Creative, BeProduct, and more, the company said in a media statement.

“It is vital for corporations to focus on ways to recover their overall business outcomes, and Browzwear’s Open API allows companies to relish a faster and more effective way of working. Fashion and apparel businesses are now able to cut back on costs, time and effort with the automated and integrated processes,” Avihay Feld, CEO at Browzwear said.

Earlier this year, we launched the industry’s first native and bi-directional integration between the retail industry’s most widely-used PLM platform, PTC FlexPLM, and 3D design tools developed by Browzwear, bringing the aids of true-to-life 3D to PLM users at every stage of the product lifecycle.

Bill Brewster, SVP and general manager of PTC’s retail business unit said, “Browzwear is a valued technology partner and their Open API, SDK and support were critical in enabling us to bring this level of deep and feature rich integration to market, to help brands and retailers realise the full value of 3D and create a digital product creation workflow.”

Stacey Charbin, CMO at Centric said, “We really appreciate working with the Browzwear team and their approach to technology partnerships. Browzwear’s rich API allows for a tight, painless integration between Browzwear and Centric PLM to support a full, end to end, 3D workflow from concept to completion, giving users the best of both worlds. The Open Platform makes it easy to keep pace with upgrades and stay with the latest innovations.”

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