The Top 10 Trends in Fashion and Apparel for 2019

Thursday, March 21, 2019 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Blog

With the rapid pace of technological advancement, and an increasingly connected global market place, it is clear that 2019 will be a year marked by innovation. Innovations such as artificial intelligence (AI) are capturing the attention of both the public and leaders in a variety of industries, and the fashion and apparel industry is certainly no exception. 

Give Yourself a Competitive Edge and Maximize Profits With These Technologies

Thursday, March 21, 2019 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Blog

Technology and manufacturing continue to evolve, and 2019 is sure to signal further evolution in the way products are designed and produced. As customers’ needs and products evolve together with the technology they utilize, it is critical that tools and systems are employed that can effectively and efficiently meet the needs of businesses both large and small.

Gerber Empowers Speed & Connectivity with YuniquePLM’s New UI and Expanded Digital Integrations

YuniquePLM® V8 Launch Part of Aggressive Software Roadmap

Tuesday, March 19, 2019 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, PLM, Software

“With our new YuniquePLM® Version 8, we’ve introduced a new UI, built features based on our customers’ needs, and added integrations to enable our customers to analyze trends and seamlessly pass data across their workflow.”

Fashion in 2019: The Shift From Challenges to Opportunities

Thursday, February 21, 2019 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Blog

The fashion industry needs to adapt to changing consumer expectations if they want to remain viable players. The global economy looks volatile to many, and companies looking to protect themselves from the uncertainty ahead must be conscious of the slowed economic growth and changing international trade relationships in the form of trade wars and Brexit, to name a couple of factors.

Trade Wars Recent Effect on Supply Chain

Thursday, February 21, 2019 Categories: Apparel/Fashion, Blog

In the wake of the Trump administration’s recent tariffs on Chinese goods, manufacturers are looking to move their production plants to other countries to avoid sustaining more severe economic losses. However, the change in production location requires many new developments.