In just six years of life, Evo has already achieved important milestones, reaching even the publication on the portal of the Harvard Business School with the case study of Miroglio, an Italian company leader in the fashion and textile sector, among the first to believe in Evo to solve the problem of volatile demand in the fashion industry.
Francesco Cavarero, chief information officer of Miroglio Fashion, Italy’s third-largest retailer of women’s apparel, was trying to bring analytical rigor to the company’s forecasting and inventory management decisions. But fashion is inherently hard to predict. Can artificial intelligence and machine learning replace human intuition in this industry?
HBS website: Miroglio Fashion (A)