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 April 2006
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Editor's Note:
Who Cares about Channel Integration?
07/01/2007
Your customer, that's who. Now, if you ask a customer: "Jane Doe, do you care about channel integration?" well, she'll probably give you an odd look and pick up her pace.
Issue Article:
China: Growth from Every Angle
04/01/2006
The new bilateral textile and apparel agreement between China and the United States has brought some sense of much-needed order to the sourcing scene.
Comfort Meets Performance at Mammut
04/01/2006
Author: Jordan K. Speer
For years, nature-loving climbers have had to make the choice between feeling good and smelling good.
Cover Story: Pioneer of Supply Chain Efficiency
04/01/2006
Author: William Atkinson
The J.C. Penney mantra was in the spotlight last month as part of the retailers Times Square JCPenney Experience marketing extravaganza, which highlighted its growing stable of private and exclusive brands.
Dassault to Acquire MatrixOne, PLM Rollout Updates: Liz Claiborne, Jones
04/01/2006
France-based Dassault Systemes, casting its eye on PLM technology opportunities in apparel and other sectors, is acquiring MatrixOne in a deal set to close by July.
Focus 2000 Profits from Outsourced Supply Chain
04/01/2006
Author: Masha Zager
By leaving supply chain management to a third party, Focus 2000 is able to concentrate on core strengths and benefit from large economies of scale.
Hopes Hinge on Retail Systems Makeover
04/01/2006
Author: Michael D. Cole
With a renewed focus on its home turf, The Store of Hawaii turns its attention to upgrades to its IT infrastructure.
Importers May Reap Duty Savings in NAFTA, China Scenarios, Burlington Rolls Out Iasta SmartSource
04/01/2006
Importers May Reap Duty Savings in NAFTA, China Scenarios
Kuhlman Gets an Edge with Automation
04/01/2006
This specialty retailer transitioned from error-prone manual processes and stacks of outdated spreadsheets to turn-key automation that maximizes real-time sales data.
New RFID Offers on Market, PUMA and Too Brands Choose Jesta
04/01/2006
New RFID Offers on Market
REI Continues its Transformation with PLM
04/01/2006
Author: Jordan K. Speer
REIs evolution of its private labels into outdoor brands put pressure on its organization to streamline processes.
Rip Curl Shrinks the World with PLM
04/01/2006
Author: Jordan K. Speer
Product lifecycle management has brought the spirit and the letter of collaboration to one of the worlds largest surf wear brands, while bringing consistency to its product development and specification processes.
Steve & Barrys Chooses GERS, Kenneth Cole Selects SAP
04/01/2006
Steve & Barrys Chooses GERS
Supply Chain: Federated Explores Direct Shipping
04/01/2006
Author: Thomas J. Ryan
The department store giant is mapping out financial benefits and processes that will drive pilot DC-bypass programs with a few national brands.
Uniform Update from the NAUMD
04/01/2006
Author: Thomas J. Ryan
Ron Pate, a veteran of the uniform market, discusses growth opportunities and challenges facing this important apparel sector.

 


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