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Infor Fashion PLM Offers Product Lifecycle Management for the Fashion Industry with a Fresh Approach
Infor recently announced the availability of Infor Fashion PLM, a brand new application, built from the ground up, that aims to link tricky and vital areas of

fashion design training  in Figure 1, Infor Fashion PLM supports the design process, new collection development cycle, and will streamline the overall planning process. It is designed to serve as the platform and hub for a product development team, so that organizations can deliver better products to consumers faster, while eliminating unnecessary cost. Figure 1 - Infor Fashion PLM planned process scope (click for larger images)   Fashion PLM’s Stylish “Look and Feel”   Infor Fashion PLM supports the parallel development Read More
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Case Study: Anchor Blue
Fashion retailer Anchor Blue was looking for a way to increase supply chain visibility, reduce costs, and shorten the time required to get products onto store

fashion design training  updated due to evolving fashion trend predictions as the date nears.To do this, Felker trained all of the Anchor Blue buyers on how to properly input accurate information into the system.The EDI system allows invoices to come in as the purchase orders are written and additional order details can be added so that data won't have to be manually entered later, therefore reducing errors and costs Anchor Blue estimates that it costs $2.70 to manually work one invoice. The results and benefits From the point Read More
Ramco Systems - Diversity Marshaled Through Flexibility Part 2: Market Impact
In the fiscal year 2000-01, Ramco transformed from a predominantly core ERP provider to a complete solutions company with a broader portfolio of products (e.g.,

fashion design training  Systems - Diversity Marshaled Through Flexibility Part 2: Market Impact Ramco Systems - Diversity Marshaled Through Flexibility: Part 2: Market Impact P.J. Jakovljevic - December 17, 2001 Market Impact  The market is bound to hear more about Ramco Systems in the future. Although India-based ERP solutions provider may be only slightly more than a decade old and not well known outside the Asian market, it might have found a winning market tackling strategy in delivering a new agile component-based Read More
Dassault Systèmes-Expanding Product Development and the 3D Experience
The Dassault Systèmes vision is to enable everyone—from product designers, engineers, and suppliers to end users and their respective communities—to create

fashion design training  (and destroying) packages. In fashion and apparel manufacturing, users could test clothes on their avatar and then go buy online (although, this could reduce the time that customers actually spend in stores, which has other ramifications). In durable goods or auto, consumers can try out a look or feel, or perform a virtual usability test. Configure-to-order (CTO) or assembly-to-order (ATO) manufacturers could choose product features or options based on 3D lifelike experiences. A shortened scale-up or Read More
Where Is ERP Headed (Or Better, Where Should It Be Headed)? Part 2: Product Architecture and Web-Basing
This note discusses how a flexible and agile ERP system needs an adaptable architecture, how easy integration to 3rd-party applications has become a key selling

fashion design training  in a modular, incremental fashion rather than all at once. It may drastically reduce the total application code. Componentization is thus necessary for vendors to move their ERP systems into e-business and to provide other capabilities and therefore most vendors insist they remain fully committed to it, although progress has been moderate. The reason for this lies in the fact that componentization is enormously difficult to achieve even when the commitment is solid. With some honorable exceptions, most Read More
Line Planning: It's Much More than Planning Your Line
Line planning is vital for the development of each season’s fashion collection. Both retailers and brands must closely manage the development of their lines to

fashion design training  development of each season’s fashion collection. Both retailers and brands must closely manage the development of their lines to ensure tight focus on the right products, key deadlines, and cost and profit margins. But many companies only scratch the surface of line planning’s true potential. Line planning is much more than you may have thought—and it's for retailers and brands of all shapes and sizes. Read More
Risk Management with Investigation Process Design, Execution, and File Management: The BPS Server Concept
Client processes and risk control contextualization can be greatly improved through investigation process design, process execution, and file management issues.

fashion design training  risk,investigation,BPS,database,criteria,compliance Read More
Lawson Gains Strength in Fashion by Acquiring Freeborders PLM
When I first learned that Lawson had acquired the product lifecycle management (PLM) software division of Freeborders, the Oracle-Agile acquisition came to mind

fashion design training  Gains Strength in Fashion by Acquiring Freeborders PLM When I first learned that Lawson had acquired the product lifecycle management (PLM) software division of Freeborders, the Oracle-Agile acquisition came to mind. Ten months prior to the Lawson-Freeborders deal, Oracle President Charles Phillips said “the addition of Agile, which will serve as the foundation of our PLM offering, will further Oracle's strategy of delivering industry-specific enterprise applications and allows us to offer yet Read More
Employee Training in a Recession
Organizations reassessing their staffing levels are both reducing headcount and cutting employee-related expenses, even if training can provide long-term

fashion design training  daily calls, e-mails, and old-fashioned door knocking. Consequently, the cost of a public course can sometimes be justified by the additional learning that tends to take place in an isolated environment. Considerations and Caveats Training for training's sake is fruitless. Organizations need to ensure that their training investments will result in tangible benefits. Users may learn a robust new technology over the course of a three day class. However, this certainly does not equate to mastering it or Read More
The Importance of Software Training: Save Money While Improving Workplace Morale
“Computer rage” is inevitable and costs millions of dollars annually in lost payroll and productivity. Reducing computer rage means investing in employee

fashion design training  software trainings,software training company,software training consultants,software training guide,software training manuals,software training material,software training plans,software training programs Read More
Datacenter Design: Optimizing Networks for Evolving Traffic
Data center network design architecture is changing to reflect growing IT trends in distributed applications and virtual computing. New computing models require

fashion design training  Design: Optimizing Networks for Evolving Traffic Data center network design architecture is changing to reflect growing IT trends in distributed applications and virtual computing. New computing models require a flatter network that is flexible enough to handle unpredictable traffic patterns. Find out what that means for your company in this interview with Cindy Borovick, Vice President of IDC’s Enterprise Communications and Datacenter Networks programs. Read More
Design Reuse: The Key to Building Better Products Faster
Today’s methods for reusing design can add needed speed to the entire product development process. By using the design of an existing part or assembly as a

fashion design training  Reuse: The Key to Building Better Products Faster Today’s methods for reusing design can add needed speed to the entire product development process. By using the design of an existing part or assembly as a starting point for a newer part or assembly, you can save time while reducing the risk of making fundamental design errors. Learn how to overcome the challenges of optimizing design reuse, by building a reuse library of metadata that automates information retrieval. Read More
Autodesk Jumps on the Browser-based 3D Design Bandwagon
Autodesk is executing well along its main messages: cloud offerings are doing well, there is ongoing expansion in manufacturing, and the complete suite offering

fashion design training  Jumps on the Browser-based 3D Design Bandwagon On the eve of the Autodesk University 2013 conference, Autodesk is executing well along its main messages: cloud offerings are doing well, there is ongoing expansion in manufacturing , and the complete suite offering is working. The vendor recently announced that its customers will now be able to access Autodesk design tools via a Web browser . These tools include Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Revit, Autodesk Maya , and Autodesk 3ds Max . Autodesk Read More
ECAD/MCAD Collaboration Solutions: Integrating Mechanical and Electrical Product Design
Electro-mechanical design continues to gain importance, as the majority of today’s products have both electrical and mechanical components and systems

fashion design training  MCAD Collaboration Solutions: Integrating Mechanical and Electrical Product Design The Pro/ENGINEER ECAD-MCAD Collaboration Extension can help you overcome these obstacles and improve design collaboration between electrical and mechanical designers. PTC is the only MCAD vendor offering this new technology, which leverages both Pro/ENGINEER and ProductView. Source: PTC Resources Related to ECAD/MCAD Collaboration Solutions: Integrating Mechanical and Electrical Product Design : Pro/ENGINEER Read More

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