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eFashionTrack
In 2006, eFashionTrack (eFT) was formed as a joint company by Textile Online Marketplaces Limited (TOM) and Sesam Ltd. At this time, the company decided to

garment  (SCM) solutions for the garment industry through eFT. Early in that same year, the Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) version of the application environment was completed, enabling rapid conversion from .NET to J2EE code for clients using an Oracle database. The company's mission is to provide Web-enabled solutions to the garment industry, in order to address the quick turnaround requirements of fashion buyers in a highly fragmented global sourcing environment. Headquarters for eFT is located in Cheshire, Read More...
ERP for Fashion Industries
The simplified definition of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a set of applications that automate finance and human resources departments and help manufacturers handle jobs such as or...
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What’s New in the World of Design Components and Kernels?
Those folks that follow the 3D and 2D computer aided design (CAD) space are aware that all major design, manufacturing, and engineering software products are

garment  mold, sheet metal, mechanism, garment, architectural, civil, structural, plant and ship design, geographic information systems (GIS), coordinate measuring machines (CMM), reverse engineering, and configurators. Siemens PLM Software uses the D-Cubed components in its own products and licenses them to independent software vendors (ISVs) and end-user organizations for integration into their products and research projects. Given a number of strange bedfellows in the CAD arena (by way of acquisitions), where Read More...
No One Said Sourcing Overseas Would Be Easy
The many challenges and risks that retailers face when sourcing globally could be mitigated with the right software tools. Yet the sad fact is that few

garment  supplier goes under. However, garment retailers must also continually look for ways to help each important supplier succeed as well as be careful to strengthen relationships with the individuals within the vendor companies, not just with the companies themselves. For example, garment retailers must recognize that its buyers will not be the only employees directly affected by each relationship it establishes with a remote fashion manufacturer. Its marketing decision makers will want to raise issues about 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

garment  in order for a garment to fit the human body; but that’s not what makes today’s fashion. Within Lawson Fashion PLM, modules such as Storyboard and Designer are easy to understand and very user-friendly. I have to admit that designers are going to like the visualization and simplicity of Lawson Fashion PLM, as will other key people on different stages of the fashion goods life cycle—including planning, costing, and sourcing. Pre-configurability is another point worth mentioning. In the PLM world, Read More...
Geac Hopes To See System21 Shine Again Like 'Aurora'
By stabilizing its financial situation and by focusing on customer service beyond reproach and on its major product’s collaborative enhancements, in part

garment  , a major contract garment manufacturer of quality men's, ladies and children's wear, wanting to be better able to expand its operating efficiency and automate many of its existing business processes across geographical boundaries. Under terms of the agreement, Ghim Li's investment will include software licenses for Geac's System21 Style ERP solution - including financials, manufacturing and distribution - linked to a central IBM iSeries 820 based in the Singapore head office. In addition to ERP, Geac Read More...
Geac Hopes To See System21 Shine Again Like 'Aurora'
By stabilizing its financial situation and by focusing on customer service beyond reproach and on its major product’s collaborative enhancements, in part through acquisitions, Geac hopes to overcome a lingering general feeling that it had passed up an opportunity to be a top-notch applications vendor.

garment  , a major contract garment manufacturer of quality men s, ladies and children s wear, wanting to be better able to expand its operating efficiency and automate many of its existing business processes across geographical boundaries. Under terms of the agreement, Ghim Li s investment will include software licenses for Geac s System21 Style ERP solution - including financials, manufacturing and distribution - linked to a central IBM iSeries 820 based in the Singapore head office. In addition to ERP, Geac 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. 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

garment  in order for a garment to fit the human body; but that’s not what makes today’s fashion. Within Lawson Fashion PLM, modules such as Storyboard and Designer are easy to understand and very user-friendly. I have to admit that designers are going to like the visualization and simplicity of Lawson Fashion PLM, as will other key people on different stages of the fashion goods life cycle—including planning, costing, and sourcing. Pre-configurability is another point worth mentioning. In the PLM world, Read More...
Retail Technology Experiments at Metro AG
Last year, I had the pleasure of attending a Canadian retail conference where I was incredibly impressed by the presentation of Dr. Gerd Wolfram, the Managing Director of Metro Group Information Technology GmbH, IT service provider of the German retail giant Metro AG. Information technologies have a huge impact on retail business performance. This “magic” in IT technology was fantastic 15 to 20

garment  detailed explanation of the garment and provides all possible additional information about pricing, discounts, using it in combination with another goods, etc.). Another implemented innovation is one that facilitates communication. For example, there are many different types of informational monitors and multimedia terminals that interactively inform consumers about goods, current discounts, and send customers coupons on their mobile phones using Bluetooth technology. In the CD/DVD area, customers can Read More...
Data, Data Everywhere: A Special Report on Managing Information
The quantity of information in the world is soaring. Merely keeping up with, and storing new information is difficult enough. Analyzing it, to spot patterns and extract useful information, is harder still. Even so, this data deluge has great potential for good—as long as consumers, companies, and governments make the right choices about when to restrict the flow of data, and when to encourage it. Find out more.

garment  the stitching on a garment. Before, we weren t able to send a 500MB image—we d post a DVD. Now we can stream it to show vendors in our offices. With real-time images we can make changes quicker, says Manuel Fernandez, Li & Fung s chief technology officer. Data flowing through its network soared from 100 gigabytes a day only 18 months ago to 1 terabyte. The information system also allows Li & Fung to look across its operations to identify trends. In southern China, for instance, a shortage of workers Read More...
The Fashion and Apparel Retailers' Conundrum
Retail remains a very tactile industry, focused on the hand, drape, and durability of fabrics and trim—besides which, designs are still being sketched on paper and pinned on size models or mannequins.

garment  fashion or apparel or garment (the precise term depends on the region) retail vertical is probably one of the fastest changing. If these retailers do not constantly refresh their presentation and assortment for consumers (as well as how competitively they source and deliver), they run the risk of being overtaken by their competition. For more information on the scope of retail management systems, see Retail Systems: A Primer and Retail Market Dynamics for Software Vendors . Part Three of the series The Read More...
The CPSIA Is Coming–Is Your Company Ready?
Recently introduced Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) regulations include labor-intensive safety and testing guidelines for children’s products, footwear, and apparel. Brands and retailers that may have slashed jobs in response to the weak economy must meet these regulations with fewer people. Learn about solutions that help your company make compliance part of a comprehensive supply chain strategy.

garment  every component of a garment, such as painted buttons. However, multiply that by dozens of components per garment, hundreds of styles, and the many other tests that garments are subjected to (shrinkage, colorfastness, etc.) and the process quickly becomes unmanageable. Complexity isn’t the only issue, either. With a price of $200 to well over $500 per test, producing COCs results in huge cost increases for retailers and manufacturers – further eroding margins for an industry that’s trying to stay Read More...

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