Gerber has invested heavily in their development, nesting and planning solutions to help companies optimize their internal costs.
Gerber is proud to announce major enhancements to their software offerings that will empower cost reduction and optimize the manufacturing process. Over the last year, Gerber has heavily invested in their AccuMark® Product Family and CutWorks® software to ensure furniture, transportation, composites, and technical textile manufacturers have the technology they need to improve margins, optimize production and reduce expenses so they can combat the rising price of materials and transportation.
When building or designing products there are a number of factors to consider such as strength, tactility, compressibility and load bearing capacity. Identifying the right material to meet all of these specifications is critical to achieve the vision of the designer, and the intended purpose of the product.
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.
Stoffus Increases Productivity 100% by Implementing Gerber’s End-to-End Digitalized Hardware and Software Solutions
The furniture manufacturer implemented Gerber’s End-to-End Solution to Enable Made-to-Order Production, Improve Quality and Realize Material Savings.
Stoffus, Lda, a leader in the development and construction of leather and fabric sofas in the Portuguese market, leveraged Gerber Technology’s integrated solutions to not only run their normal business operations, but also keep up with growing demand for made-to-order furniture resulting in doubling its production capacity.
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.