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In looking at the activities of the apparel companies ranked in this year’s Top 50 report, one might conclude that this is the time when retailers are coming a little closer to playing offense.

With automated and integrated processes for financials, inventory and CRM, the business has more time to focus on its mission of enhancing the human-canine connection.

This year’s group of 26 Apparel Innovator Award winners is pushing the barriers when it comes to satisfying consumer demand. Read on to learn about a wide range of innovations ranging from unique product offerings to smart uses of technology.

JB Britches / ADG will utilize Visual Next’s PLM, ERP, WMS, SFA and POS suite of software to manage design, sourcing, production and sales.

With unified enterprise systems for greater inventory visibility, algorithms designed to gain deeper product and customer insights, 3D for faster and more efficient design and development, and much much more, this year’s Innovators are addressing and fulfilling consumer demand.

The combined organization will expand the geographical market, while also benefiting customers with improved customer support and increased investment in the product platform.

A new digital core can optimize your mission-critical processes, create new capabilities to better understand and anticipate customer needs, and provide a foundation that lets you take advantage of emerging technologies such as big data, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML).

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.

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.

To keep pace with growth, this full-package manufacturer needed a system that could scale with its growing business requirements.

As customer demand becomes ever more, well, demanding, and supply chains become ever more complex and uncertain, apparel manufacturers find themselves squeezed between the two.

As you standardize your processes to reduce product development times, improve product quality, or better integrate design and development productivity, PLM can serve as the hub for your business.

Fortunately, the same tools and procedures that companies use to manage supply chains also offer opportunities to manage their social and environmental impacts — and to mitigate some of those impacts.

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

To truly have an impact when it comes to developing effective sustainability programs, apparel retailers and brands must look at the back-end of product creation: the supply chain.

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