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TEC Vendor Note: Lectra, A Focused PLM Player
A brief introduction to Lectra, a specialized vendor in the CAD, CAM, and PLM industry, including history, product offerings, and achievements, as well as

footwear and leather goods  ®©: Specialized CAD for footwear and leather goods, covering 3D design, 2D pattern-making, model specification, and technical data management. DesignConcept : Specialized design solutions for automotive, aeronautical, and marine interiors, furniture, industrial fabrics, and composite and furniture materials. 3)  Digital Manufacturing and Cutting Room Solutions Optiplan ®: The solution that simulates, optimizes, and automates the material cutting process—a critical step in apparel manufacturing. Read More...
The Fashion and Apparel Retailers'' Conundrum
Retail remains a very tactile industry, focused on the hand, drape, and durability of fabrics and trim—besides which, designs are still being sketched on paper

footwear and leather goods  manufacturing, since apparel and footwear buyers need to touch, see, and feel their components, and are uniquely involved in every step of the product lifecycle. Designing and planning for a season''s collection typically begins at least 9 months in advance, with 90 percent of product designs never seeing the light of day due to lack of communication between merchants, product designers, and vendors, within which time the idea is already, well, out of fashion. In the real world, product design and Read More...
Zooming into the Clothing Retailer Conundrum
If retailers in the vertical market of fashion apparel do not constantly refresh their presentation and assortment for consumers, they run the risk of being

footwear and leather goods  discrete manufacturing. Apparel and footwear buyers need to touch, see, and feel their components; they are involved in every step of the product life cycle. Designing and planning for a season''s collection typically begins at least 9 months in advance, with 90 percent of product designs never seeing the light of day because of a lack of communication between merchants, product designers, and vendors. If not developed inside this nine-month window, the idea is, well, out of fashion. In the real world, Read More...
Epicor Eagle’s Soaring Retail Excitement
It appears that Epicor Software Corp. now has two retail product lines, starting with the better known Epicor Retail product suite for soft-goods retailers (the

footwear and leather goods  Eagle’s Soaring Retail Excitement It appears that Epicor Software Corp. now has two retail product lines, starting with the  better known Epicor Retail product suite for soft-goods retailers (the former CRS and NSB offerings) , which competes with SAP, Oracle, JDA Software , and other leading retail software providers. The other is Epicor Eagle , a product suite for hard-goods specialty retailers (a former Activant offering). Current Epicor Eagle–specific competitors are Celerant Technology, Read More...
XpertMart
XpertMart is an enterprise retail management system specifically designed for apparel and footwear chain stores. At its heart is a style/size/color matrix

footwear and leather goods  designed for apparel and footwear chain stores. At its heart is a style/size/color matrix used to display on-hand stock, enter quantities into transactions such as POS, and display sales trends and other critical data. A library of over 500 retail analysis reports can drill down sales trends on a size or color basis. Inventory optimization tools suggest automatic interstore transfers and automatic reorders on the item (size or color) level. Read More...
Yes, We Have No Bananas: Consumer Goods Manufacturers Serve Demanding Customers
Consumer packaged goods manufacturers have to measure the most important metric of all: orders delivered on time, in full. To accomplish this requires

footwear and leather goods  We Have No Bananas: Consumer Goods Manufacturers Serve Demanding Customers User Requirements The food and beverage (F&B) and fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) manufacturers that supply the major supermarket retailers share many common business challenges, along with a tough competitive environment. This holds true whether the product is food, drink, personal care, cleaning products, or any other product stocked and sold by supermarkets. The customers—huge, powerful, and demanding supermarkets and Read More...
What Is ERP in 2010?
When the term “enterprise resource planning” (ERP) was introduced, it applied primarily to the planning and management of resources needed to manufacture goods.

footwear and leather goods  Is ERP in 2010? Which ERP solution best fits your unique business situation? Focus has the answers with our in-depth comparison of the top 17 ERP solutions, including offerings from Oracle, SAP, Sage, Epicor, Netsuite and Microsoft. Whether you’re just looking for basic features such as accounting, CRM, finance and HR or need a robust solution with a full suite of add-on modules for your company, you’ll be able to evaluate the appropriate vendors with this guide. Source: Focus Research Resources Read More...
The Fragile Consumer Packaged Goods Market and Private Label Products
The drive towards private labels has many impacts on the industry. A consumer packaged goods manufacturer''s business strategy must recognize this and deal with

footwear and leather goods  Fragile Consumer Packaged Goods Market and Private Label Products Introduction On average, 45 percent of products sold in Europe are private label products; this compares with 25 percent in the US. Store brands now account for one of every five items sold in US supermarkets, drug chains, and mass merchandisers. A study by the Gallup Organization found that 75 percent of consumers see private label brands as having the same quality, guarantee of satisfaction, packaging, taste, value, and performance as Read More...
Dassault Systèmes Introduces Perfect Shelf, a CPG and Retail Solution Experience
Dassault Systèmes touts Perfect Shelf as a game-changing industry solution experience for consumer packaged goods (CPG) manufacturers and retail companies. It

footwear and leather goods  Systèmes Introduces Perfect Shelf, a CPG and Retail Solution Experience Dassault Systèmes touts Perfect Shelf as a game-changing industry solution experience for consumer packaged goods (CPG) manufacturers and retail companies. It seems to be a rebranding of the 3DVIA Store offering. Retailers can model virtual shelves and stock them with lifelike items (realistic 3D product representations) created from either 2D computer-aided design (CAD) drawings or photos. Multiple rules can be created Read More...
Best Practices for Transporters and 3PL Service Providers
The business of transporting goods is risky, complex, and effort-intensive. Despite the continuing rise in fuel prices, employee salaries, and other overhead

footwear and leather goods  Practices for Transporters and 3PL Service Providers The current state of the goods transport business is such that most transporters and third party logistics (3PL) service providers are forced to offer their services at lower rates while faced with the continual rise in costs for doing business (e.g., increasing fuel prices, employee salaries, and other operating expenses). This scenario calls for transporters and 3PL service providers to streamline business processes and provide value-added Read More...
Key Challenges Facing Consumer Packaged Goods Manufacturers and What They Must Do To Survive
Consumer packaged goods (CPG) manufacturers face pressures from fickle consumers, powerful retailers, globalization, and more. The CPG manufacturing industry is

footwear and leather goods  Challenges Facing Consumer Packaged Goods Manufacturers and What They Must Do To Survive Consumer packaged goods (CPG) manufacturers face pressures from fickle consumers, powerful retailers, globalization, and more. The CPG manufacturing industry is large and thriving, but margins are slim and competition is furious. There are hundreds of product categories, and to compete, firms must constantly innovate. See how small-to-medium CPG manufacturers can survive in the face of these external pressures Read More...
Datalliance Sees Strong Growth in First Half of 2013
Datalliance, provider of a software-as-a-service (SaaS) vendor managed inventory (VMI) platform for the consumer goods, industrial, medical device, and other

footwear and leather goods  Sees Strong Growth in First Half of 2013 Datalliance , provider of a software-as-a-service (SaaS) vendor managed inventory (VMI) platform for the consumer goods, industrial, medical device, and other markets, reports continued strong growth. Datalliance reports that through the first 6 months of 2013, it saw a 25% increase in year-over-year revenue from 2012. Continuing this pace through the rest of the year would result in Datalliance reportedly seeing its ninth straight year of 20%+ growth. Read More...
Partnering with Retailers for Sustainable Growth and Profitability
With retailers trying to stem consumer migration, and consumer-packaged goods (CPG) manufacturers striving to achieve sustainable growth and profitability

footwear and leather goods  with Retailers for Sustainable Growth and Profitability With retailers trying to stem consumer migration, and consumer-packaged goods (CPG) manufacturers striving to achieve sustainable growth and profitability, retailer and manufacturer joint value propositions can increase inventory turns, improve cash flow, and increase revenue and profits. However, joint value propositions involve more than retailer-specific packaging or unique products. For ultimate success, a different way of doing Read More...
Modern ERP Processes Behind Historic Scotch Whisky
The whisky industry is an example of a process industry where it is impossible to accurately predict demand for the final product. Goods stocked must also be

footwear and leather goods  ERP Processes Behind Historic Scotch Whisky - June 2, 2006 Whisky Deep Dive The whisky industry is an example of a process industry where it is impossible to predict what consumer demand will be when the product is ready for delivery. It is also an industry where companies must meticulously account for goods stocked as intermediates (partially finished) and as bulk goods (both finished and partially finished). A good example of how an enterprise applications vendor addresses this microvertical is Read More...

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