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Silver Jeans' New Sizing Solution Helps Customers Find the Style that Fits

The profile system is based on specific body types that have been created through extensive and “high touch” development processes that involve actually trying various garments on varying body types.

The new offering automates the entire personalization process from product development to final cutting stages.

Through item-level RFID technology, retailers are able to have inventory accountability at every step of the supply chain.

With a focus on segmentation, personalization and net revenue, retailers can make the most of the visitors that convert in the peak season.

Get ready for IoT, driverless vehicles, drone deliveries, 3D printing and new social media strategies.

The urgency to implement localized, customer-centric assortments is now imperative as the reach of Amazon or other digitally nimble competitors (with endless assortments and endless customer data) continues to loom.

The study reveals that many still don’t have the supply chain transparency they need to quickly change course in a landscape fraught with risks that require them to respond — responsibly — to sudden market shifts.

Is virtual reality the next stage of the global e-tail evolution?

This special issue is a guide to suppliers of software and related IT solutions to the apparel marketplace, including vendor contact information, operating system requirements and a round-up of functions and services.

Since completing the onboarding process, the ALDO Group and its vendors have experienced significantly faster turnaround times on receiving orders and an overall speeding up of the supply chain, ultimately getting products to shelves faster.

From magic mirrors that enable customers virtually try on various outfits, to using AI algorithms to predict future style trends, apparel brands are using new technologies to bring greater automation and personalization to every facet of the shopping experience.

Collected data from RFID tags gives the company visibility into customer sizing, preferences and product demand by revealing how customers are interacting with an item on the store floor.

Nearly 100 percent order accuracy is possible when RFID is implemented in the retail supply chain, leading to tremendous efficiencies and opportunities to boost consumer satisfaction.

Retailers aren’t just selling products that fit in a box or hang on a hanger. They’re also “selling” the lifestyle around those products — and this too, must meet the fast-moving nature of the fashion industry to satisfy the demands of a global consumer base that craves the latest trends.

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