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 February 2007
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Cover Story:
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.
The Market:
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.


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