| In This Issue|
| Magazine Sections|
|Under Armour's Foundation for Future Growth |
The fast-growing performance apparel brand has broken much new ground since going public, including implementation of a new ERP system and a foray into footwear. But it's not resting on its cleats as it enters its second decade.
|MAGIC Offers Fashion, Sourcing Options |
This month's showing of the biannual MAGIC Marketplace will feature the latest fall fashion as well as sourcing and supply chain resources.
|The Market In Brief: February 2007|
Cool Zone to debut at SPESA Expo.
|Retail Intelligence: In Brief:|
|Retail Intelligence In Brief: February 2007|
Sport Chalet Selects SAP
|Supply Chain: Case Study:|
|Pendleton Embraces Multi-Channel Approach|
By upgrading and integrating the systems behind its e-commerce, catalog and store channels, Pendleton Woolen Mills has improved customer service and achieved a much clearer real-time picture of sales and demand.
|Supply Chain: In Brief:|
|Supply Chain in Brief: February 2007|
Children's wear designer and manufacturer Coffee Bean Inc., based in Miami, FL, has selected New Generation Computing's (NGC) e-PDM software for product lifecycle management (PLM).
|Sourcing & Logistics: Case Study:|
|Maggy London Dresses Up Its Processes|
The well-known dressmaker is hoping to eliminate redundant processes and speed its supply chain with the implementation of a new suite of solutions for PLM, sourcing and supply chain management.
|Concept-to-Spec Case Study:|
|Fit Couture Gets Faster with 3D|
This entrepreneurial e-tail apparel player has sped its product development with virtual sampling technology.
|Concept-to-Spec: In Brief:|
|Concept-to-Spec In Brief: February 2007|
C-Design Targets U.S. Market Forges PLM Alliance with Fashionware
|Fiber-to-Fabric: Case Study:|
|Arc'teryx on the making of Malden's Polartech power shield|
Outerwear leader Arc'teryx and fleece giant Malden Mills took collaborative R&D to new levels in developing an innovative soft shell fabric.