The future focus for apparel companies’ supply chain operations will be on being safer and smarter, as well as meeting accelerating customer expectations. Seven significant supply chain trends will be of critical importance in 2017.
70% of the wastewater of the traditional leather production process originates from the beamhouse. In this technical article Marcus Breulmann, Technical Manager Wet-End Chemicals & Dyes at Stahl, explains how biochemicals can replace traditional chemicals with 100% natural products.
What are the best practices for omnichannel retail success in 2017? Hear from leading industry experts from companies such as Kurt Salmon, Gartner, Demand Worldwide, and Aerosoles on the latest strategies and technologies for meeting consumer expectations.
How can you ensure that your value chain is ready to meet the challenges of omni-channel retail? How can fashion companies collaborate to create a seamless experience for shoppers? How should omni-channel customer insights fuel your network? The latest report on Omninomics from fashion software leader Infor outlines the best ways for fashion retailers to satisfy new shopper demands through a more connected value chain.
Apparel retailers, brands and manufacturers are seeking greater visibility into the “virtual lives” of their products. Why? Achieving data transparency for the entire enterprise, from product design to delivery, drives innovation and speed.
Getting fashion merchandise to market with greater efficiency is not a matter of fixing one facet of the supply chain or another. Success requires a holistic, end-to-end approach. Learn how business process transformation and integrated ERP technology can help.
With proper preparation and flexible rollout, businesses can enable and support their workforce to be ready and willing to embrace 3D, fueling product collaboration and connectivity.
ERP systems have numerous components, functions and ways to be deployed.
When it’s time to select the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system that will support your business operations in the fashion, apparel, footwear and accessories industry, finding the right ERP system for your needs can be a daunting task. Don’t get bogged down by the endless options; in fact, we would argue that there are only eight critical functions to consider. Download the guide to learn more.
Suppliers are a retailer’s or manufacturer’s most valuable asset, and those that have successfully aligned with their key suppliers enjoy reduced risk factors and improved innovation, quality, reliability, and costs/price reductions. Amber Road’s latest white paper investigates how to leverage your technology investments to enhance your expansive global supplier networks.
With the speed and complexity of today’s fashion industry, companies have no choice but to improve the ways they handle sourcing, design, merchandising, compliance issues, and operations. Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions are rapidly becoming essential tools for balancing the conflict between customer tastes and efficient, responsive operations.