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Retailers already know they need a stable website to capture orders. They also need to invest in their IT infrastructure across the spectrum, because if any of these interdependent systems fail — from order entry to RFID to OMS — major business disruptions will follow.

With the Iceland volcanic ash travel crisis putting teleconferencing squarely in the spotlight of late, Tommy Hilfiger recently adopted a telepresence solution to enhance global communication among designers and manufacturers. Learn about this potential new wave of the future here.

Destination Maternity's pattern design team is thriving after switching to an OptiTex system that allows it to play on its strengths and create a diverse product line of on-trend apparel.

Apparel's 3rd RFID Report examines the true state of retail adoption in North America, identifying reasons for its gradual adoption, taking a look at why RFID is important for your business - and suggesting that it is nearing a tipping point to explosive growth.

The customer can have any color he wants so long as it's black, is a statement that has become a familiar, humorous footnote in automotive history.

Paul Marciano, one of the visionaries behind the GUESS brand, speaks up about the company's new business ventures, its diversified sourcing strategy, preparing for a PLM implementation

Nominated by New Generation Computing

Nominated by Tukatech

It's a well-known theory: Sewing factories spend 80 percent of their time handling product vs. 20 percent of time sewing, pressing or finishing.

Retailers have gotten very serious about their private labels, especially in the past year, and it seems their private brands are finally getting some respect.

Nominated by the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association (SGMA) and Lectra

Business was rolling right along at Chardan Ltd. Sometimes owner Charles Johnson even spent the day on the golf course. Then came 9/11.

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