The February 2021 releases will help the fashion industry recover and conquer the challenges ahead.
Today, Gerber Technology announced new releases of their key software solutions, AccuMark® 2D and 3D, AccuPlan™, AccuNest™ and YuniquePLM®. Gerber has worked closely with their customers on each of these new releases to ensure fashion and apparel companies have the support they need to recover from the global pandemic and transform their business to meet the challenges ahead for 2021.
Filson seamlessly transitioned to working remotely without missing a beat.
As Filson strives to offer the level of service C.C. Filson would expect, they leveraged Gerber’s cloud-based product lifecycle management (PLM) system, YuniquePLM®, to ensure a smooth, digital process that will promote team collaboration and empower them to offer the highest quality products, whether they are in the office or working remotely.
Gerber Technology Experiencing Tremendous Revenue Growth in China Through Innovation and Digital Transformation Initiatives
The innovation leader is supporting customers as they re-invent their workflows and embark on a digital transformation journey to improve productivity and profitability.
In the last 9 months, Gerber has experienced tremendous revenue growth in China driven by its digital transformation and innovation initiatives to help brands, retailers and manufacturers get the efficiency, productivity, quality and ROI they need to stay competitive.
French Manufacturer, Bonneterie Chanteclair, Digitalizes with Gerber to Transform for the Pandemic Era
Chanteclair was able to protect lives and keep their doors open with a fully automated end-to-end workflow
Rather than stopping garment production and furloughing employees, Bonneterie Chanteclair developed a high-quality mask with a HEPA filter, which was chosen by French President Emmanuel Macron. To help keep up with demand, Bonneterie Chanteclair began working with Gerber Technology, the leader in digitalization, to help them pivot their supply chain and remain agile so they could keep their doors open.
At its heart, the Internet of Things (IoT, or, Industry 4.0) is simply a collection and an exchange of data between devices which are eventually presented on a screen. What a user does with this data has a major impact on business results. In manufacturing, data and, more importantly, the proper utilization of data, is THE decider between being a true partner and being a company constantly searching for business and opportunities.