My team has implemented the PIRO jewelry management software at more than 100 companies so far. These companies are mainly small and medium-sized jewelry companies that are indeed not changing their management system too often, many of them are implementing a true management automation software for the first time.
While our company was able to make the switch to home office quickly, many jewelry companies weren't so lucky.
I'm putting myself in their shoes and I'm trying to figure out what the future holds for jewelry companies when they restart their operations.
Coronavirus will undoubtedly shake the jewelry industry, at least as much as it did in most other global industries. We can envision the possible future if we follow what happened in China - as reported, the Chinese luxury industry experienced 70% or even 80% fall in traffic after the coronavirus outbreak there.
In the last few decades, the competition between jewelry casting companies has intensified. The more inventive ones have purchased the latest technologies, the best machinery and the latest 3D printers. But are these the only things that differentiate a reputable casting company from the others?
We’ve been preparing full steam for the New York Spring JA 2020 show when it suddenly got canceled due to the coronavirus threat. Actually, the other two shows, the MJSA and the Gem Fair were also canceled at the same time.