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For more than a decade, Apparel magazine and Kurt Salmon, part of Accenture Strategy, have teamed up to look at the elements involved in global sourcing excellence for apparel.

The core aspects of blockchain are exciting for retail, as we could possibly see a tenfold increase in current marketplace security, efficiency and transparency in our lifetime. Now is the time to be at the forefront of a potentially transformative technology.

Apparel's survey of apparel retailers, brands and manufacturers reveals expectations for technology focus in the coming year, including an emphasis on BI and analytics for gleaning an even deeper understanding of the consumer.

Rent-the-Runway feeds closed-loop data to its partners, Nordstrom gets closer to the consumer with AI, Tilly’s wins big with AR, Roots Canada goes all out with Northern Lights digital gift guide, Walmart’s Store No 8 takes on innovation and much, much more.

Apparel’s annual report on RFID/IoT identifies the year’s most pertinent developments, shines the spotlight on industry leaders and offers guidance for investment decisions.

Personalized, unique customer experiences must be tethered to a reliable and comprehensive source of data behind the scenes.

When critical data is captured in a single, central platform, retailers can achieve myriad back-end business benefits on the road to unified commerce. Follow these five steps.

AI, 3D, Amazon, blockchain, omnichannel, reshoring and demands for sustainability are transforming the apparel industry.

A supply chain that is not transparent can lead to continued implementation of unsustainable and unethical business practices, which can undermine a company’s reputation and bottom line. There are several traditional methods to ensure supply chain transparency.