How will selling off the runway challenge and change the apparel supply chain? What new roles will factories play as fast fashion grows faster? How can retailers and brands move toward a more transparent view of inventory?
What technologies will best allow you to keep pace with the swiftly changing demands of the consumer? How will 3D technologies shift processes along the entire supply chain? What are the fastest ways to achieve true omnichannel inventory management?
How do you meet demand at the pace of consumer desire? What technologies are taking a leading role in collaboration? What do you do when global expansion ratchets up your SKU count? Where are the greatest “hidden costs” in the apparel supply chain?
How are today's most successful retailers creating online shopping experiences that rival those in the real world? The key lies in Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) that drive more personalized, interactive online shopping experiences.
Rich Internet Applications, or RIAs, have officially joined the jargon jar. The term has come to mean so many things that it's hard to tell what people are really talking about when they talk about RIAs - sort of like the problem facing the term "Web 2.0."
When a retail organization makes an investment in a software solution - such as product lifecycle management (PLM) - that impacts critical business units, return on investment is anticipated - and expected.
As apparel retailers intensify their efforts to duplicate the rich, multimedia-driven visual environments of their physical stores in the online channel, video streaming and interactive shopping applications present real challenges that