An increasing number of fashion companies want to take advantage of the phenomenal potential of data. Those who launch into the subject often tackle it through data sciences.
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Maximilien Abadie, strategy director at Lectra, discusses advances made in big data for the fashion industry.
Will fashion and big data ever be reconciled?
Big data is the term du jour for good reason.
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