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The Apparel Top 50 for 2015

7/6/2015 - Ready. Set. Go. The Top 50 share many points of commonality, but the biggest might be that they are all feverishly pursuing better, faster and more personalized customer engagement. Download Now

A Decade of PLM Development

6/1/2015 - Given the scale of PLM investment to date, along with the planned investments and hoped-for returns on those investments, there is much opportunity for apparel and retail executives and supply chain leaders to leverage the technology as a whole for a much broader set of benefits. Download Now

A Pathway to True Supply Chain Transparency

6/1/2015 - The pursuit of fashion supply chain transparency is intensifying, driven by a need to control costs while responding nimbly to omnichannel demand. Learn how the latest cloud-based technology empowers trading partners to meet this complex challenge. Download Now

2015 Top Innovators

4/29/2015 - With digital technologies occupying increasing space in our minds and lives, it’s no surprise that many of this year’s award winners took honors for innovations in the areas of marketing and merchandising, or that a number aligned themselves with another big trend that is making waves as technology makes more things possible: mass one-to-one customization. We say kudos to all of Apparel’s innovators, who continue to move the industry forward in interesting and unexpected ways. Download Now

Evolving ERP: Expect More for Your Money

4/29/2015 - Apparel manufacturers, brands and retailers searching for new ERP technology can be pleasantly surprised to find more functionality than they expected in a single solution. Next-generation solutions are here today and can be readily differentiated for their delivered value. Download Now

Cross-Channel Report 2015

3/31/2015 - As Online Shopping Evolves, the Role of the Store Is Changing Along With It

PwC’s annual global survey of online shoppers shows that even though online shopping is becoming increasingly popular and social media is attracting more attention, 68 percent of clothing and footwear shoppers still want to go to the store. Download Now
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