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November 25, 2021Features



The fashion industry shift toward digitalization has allowed three-dimensional technology to gain acceptance among design houses who widely integrate 3D programs into their drawing and visualization process.

While it is fast becoming a must-have, brands are struggling to take the innovation beyond the designing phase to fit in 3D assets into their whole product life cycle. Specifically, to ensure that all the users, inside and outside the organization, can easily access and interact with existing 3D assets throughout their planning, merchandising and buying process.

The Trasix platform offers the necessary technology to seamlessly aggregate all 3D assets for Apparel, Footwear and Accessories regardless of the design tools used to create them.

The Trasix platform gives all the users in the organisation and outside, a powerful platform to efficiently plan, merchandize, and sell in a collaborative environment while having access to the most recent 2D and 3D assets of all the styles. Moreover, brands are able to present their collections in a digital showroom through large interactive walls or other connected devices, accessible everywhere by merchandizers, sales teams and buyers.

Thanks to the usability and intuitive design of the platform, fashion and sporting goods brands do not require specific expertise to leverage the benefits of 3D and interactive 3D solutions. They can interact with 3D models in a user-friendly way without having to worry about the technicality behind it. 

Learn more on how to completely virtualize your entire collection into high resolution imagery in 2D or 3D to leave a long-lasting impression on your buyers with the Trasix platform's digital showroom and 3D sample virtualization.


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August 2, 2021Features

Trasix partners with the virtual collaboration 3D solution Polygon

Trasix, the cloud platform for merchandising and order management has announced a new partnership with Polygon Labs, a creative services and software solutions studio focusing on B2B collaboration 3D showrooms.

The partnership will complete the Trasix offer to brands in the fashion and sporting goods industry.

Andre Labaki, Founder and CEO at Trasix said: “We are thrilled to announce that Polygon Labs is an official partner of Trasix. Their Forum platform will seamlessly integrate into our solution and will complement our current 3D merchandizing offering by adding a full 3D Virtual Environment to work with the assortments maintained in Trasix.”

David Jorba, Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer at Polygon Labs said: “The partnership with the leading merchandising and B2B order capture platform like Trasix takes our Forum B2B collaboration solution to the next level of functionality by providing a seamless end-to-end integration between highly efficient product management workflow and top tier digital-twin visualization tools.”

About Trasix
Trasix offers a unified cloud-based platform to the fashion and sporting goods industry that enables:
- Seamless Line Planning
- Merchandizing and building seasonal assortments
- B2B Order capture and consolidation
- 3D Sample Virtualization and presentation
We merge innovation with easy-to-use technology to streamline the go-to-market journey. We are on a mission to increase our customers’ sales in the most efficient and cost-effective way possible.
Our innovative team has been thriving since 2011 to deliver a platform that is used worldwide by most of the leading market players. To date we server over 8400 daily users that manage their assortments and collect orders with a yearly value exceeding USD 6.1 billion.

About Polygon Labs
Polygon Labs is a creative services and software solutions company focusing on engaging data and content visualization for the Media Industry. We design and develop some of the most engaging virtual collaboration, mixed reality, data visualization, and real-time graphics solutions. Making data your story through powerful visualization.

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June 22, 2021Features

NIKE distributors implement Trasix to streamline their business processes

Several Nike distributors have chosen the Trasix T1 Studio platform to improve the way they present their ranges and collect orders from their customers. Furthermore, the implementation of this platform is a strategic change to ensure full compliance with the Nike DRS requirements for distributors.

Sport Time Balkans, a Nike distributor in the Balkan region, is the latest to join the list of distributors using the Trasix platform.

“We recently decided to switch to a DRS delivery method to facilitate the growth of the company. TRASIX was able to provide us with a module that streamlined our processes, ensuring our orders met all the Nike requirements for order placements and consolidation. Throughout our collaboration, we have found TRASIX to be insightful, knowledgeable, flexible, and proactive. The team gathered our requirements, identified potential pitfalls, and made recommendations on best practices to follow. The project was executed in a timely and professional manner, resulting in a user-friendly tool.” explains Bojan Djordjevic, Logistics Manager at Sport Time Balkans.

Unlike other solution providers, Trasix offers Nike distributors a reliable cloud-based platform, tailored to their specific needs, to guarantee full compliance with Nike’s order requirements. Trasix also supports distributors in fast-tracking each step of their wholesale process: from building seasonal assortments, B2B order capture and consolidation, to 3D sample virtualization and presentation.


  • Easy seasonal assortments building and range presentation

It is easy to visualize and organize your assortments using the Trasix platform.  It lets you build stunning merchandizing stories with the use of 2D and 3D assets in a very short time. It also comes with features to automatically generate personalized sharable and printable PDF and PPT assortment presentations. Trasix’s assortment and range presentation features are interactive and ease the communication and collaboration process between teams and buyers.

  • Effective B2B Orders capture and consolidation

Trasix’s platform is a powerful and easy to use tool where customers’ orders are collected and consolidated. The buyer’s selection is seamlessly converted into an order and submitted directly to sales reps using our cloud platform. Buyers, customer service and sales reps have a real-time visibility of stock availability, order placement and consolidations which results in better time management. It ultimately enhances the wholesale and B2B buying processes and results in increased sales.

  • Fully compliant with Nike’s order standards

Trasix’s solution for the Nike distributors is based on its knowledge and experience in the sporting goods industry. It provides an already proven expert response to the challenges faced by distributors when it comes to fulfil strict order placement and consolidation guidelines.

At Trasix, we are constantly working on providing a turnkey solution that helps brands and distributors in the fashion and sporting goods industry to streamline their go-to-market and wholesale processes. We are here to help and stand ready to assist your organization.

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November 17, 2020Features

DIGITAL SHOWROOM: an innovation imperative for the B2B fashion and apparel industry

Digitization of wholesale has been on the rise with businesses trying to cope with the impact of the Covid-19 which is affecting the industry.
The average market capitalization of apparel, fashion and luxury players dropped almost 40 percent between the start of January and March 2020.

While online B2B management platforms have been available for years, a large part of the buying experience has continued to happen offline. But in order to keep up with their seasonal releases and flow of media, an increasing number of brands are opting to shift towards innovative B2B practices and specialist tech platforms.

Fast-forward a few months after the start of the pandemic, digital showrooms have become the new norm to showcase upcoming collections for most brands.

The restrictions in place have made it difficult for brands and businesses to carry simple working practices while maintaining a safe business environment with buyers going from one place to the other to meet designers and visit showrooms. Yet, new habits are already being put to the test across the fashion industry, from an 84 percent rise in remote working to a 79 percent uptick in video conferencing and a 58 percent increase in flexible working hours.

For its part, the digital showroom innovation is transforming social distancing into an online experience. Buyers do not need to rush anymore from showroom to showroom. They can view a collection, make notes and place orders remotely and securely around the world.

Launching new collections and expanding overseas are important parts of a business’s plans for growth but doing so has proven to be difficult for brands in the apparel industry. This is especially the case since the Covid-19 recession, although things have not come to a complete halt.

Chinese businesses, for instance are continuing to explore opportunities in international markets, despite difficulties caused by the pandemic, according to a report by advisory firm Brunswick Group.

A Chinese brand, for instance made use of digitalization during Paris Fashion Week to reach buyers in China and engaged double the number of people who would normally travel to Europe. Resulting orders, 95 percent of which were placed digitally, hit 80 percent of the brand’s sales targets.

By using online B2B platforms and digital showrooms, brands willing to make longer term innovation investments to launch their collections abroad or tap into new markets can easily do so while staying cautious.

At Trasix, we have been working for years on enhancing our Virtual Showroom and B2B platform and stand ready to assist your organization in its digital transformation journey.


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