1,700 professionals met to discuss how industry 4.0 technology is shaping the future of the industry.
In October, 1,700 people virtually attended Gerber Technology’s annual ideation conference, which marked the beginning
of Gerber and Lectra becoming stronger together as one company. Gerber and Lectra announced interoperability between Lectra’s Modaris and Gerber’s AccuMark software as well as the launch of new AccuMark and YuniquePLM v9 releases. Lectra’s Retviews, Kubix and Fashion OnDemand solutions were also introduced to the Gerber audience for the first time during the event.
For more than 20 years, Özak Tekstil has partnered with Gerber Technology and their Turkish distributor, Glengo, to transform their supply chain by integrating the latest technology so they can offer their customers the best quality and lead time. The denim and knitwear manufacturer is once again relying on their trusted technology partners to revolutionize their supply chain by investing in Gerber’s latest innovation, the Gerber Atria™ Digital Cutter.
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.
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.
The COVID era will not persist forever, but it will certainly have an influence on markets and behaviors for years to come. One such change is bound to occur with the office furniture industry. This market is poised to see both short and long-term changes, primarily with the shift towards more work-from-home options, increased flexibility and collaborations, as well as floor-space changes. These themes will strongly influence furniture manufacturers as they develop next-generation furniture for the Post-COVID era.