New advancements in 3D printing are delivering unique products in footwear and apparel, while 4D printing and innovative programmable materials are poised to disrupt high-end fashion and the performance athletic apparel space.
Keeping up with the evolving demands of the consumer requires smart use of technology. You can find what you need at the National Retail Federation's 104th Annual Convention & Expo.
Implemented as part of smart business processes, BI, PLM, 3D and inventory management, among many other technologies, pave the way for apparel executives to focus on what matters most: delighting the consumer.
Via digital technologies, consumers are wresting more control of the shopping experience. To compete, retailers need to bring the physical and virtual channels together seamlessly.
Adoption of RFID in the apparel industry is on the upswing, but confusion about the technology remains. It’s time to set the record straight about RFID reliability, read rates, cost and more.
PLUS: Vendor Viewpoint – Interview with Sarath Chandershaker, Vice President and General Manager of Merchandise Visibility and RFID, Checkpoint.
Did you know 90% of American adults have a cell phone, 58% have a smartphone and 42% own a tablet computer? Consumers have become “always-addressable,” meaning that they access the Internet multiple times per day, from multiple devices, in multiple locations.
Twenty years in, e-commerce is leveling the playing field for small brands and retailers and offering a wealth of platforms that help newcomers to compete effectively in the digital arena.
In an environment where it is easier than ever for a disgruntled worker or an advantage-seeking competitor to use the FCA to subject companies to unwelcome scrutiny, importers must be careful to protect their interests.